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Aficionados of the essay now have one less practitioner of the art to follow. The 18 December 1971 issue of the Canadian Medical Association Journal brings the unpleasant news that A.D.K. has closed his column, Aequanimitas, in that journal.
A.D.K.'s column brought us his views of diverse scenes and matters and the reflections they induced—the early work on insulin as seen by him when a medical student, the pleasures of a lunch counter in Toronto, the gaplessness of the generation gap. Surely most of the readers of the CMAJ came to know that A.D.K.'s column was the first page to
E.J. H. We Hate to See You Go, A.D.K.. Ann Intern Med. 1972;76:507. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-76-3-507
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