THOMAS N. LYNN, M.D.
It is now clear to literate citizens that, with our present technology, our energy resources are finite and that we must begin to make hard decisions about how these resources will be used. Whether the available energy is to be used for pleasure driving, heating homes and schools, operating agricultural equipment, or for the defense establishment has come under scrutiny, and the need for priority decisions will continue. We are becoming aware, as a society, that our economic resources also are finite and that choices must be made in the use of these resources. Decisions will be made individually, if
LYNN TN. Prevent Cardiovascular Disease or Pay for the Consequences. Ann Intern Med. 1974;81:398–399. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-3-398
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