JOHANNA T. DWYER, D.SC.; MARK E. MOLITCH, M.D.
Clinical nutrition today is emerging from a quiescent period with several important clinical advances. The main share of the credit for this progress goes to an increasing number of physicians, well trained in both traditional clinical sciences and in nutrition itself, who have bridged the gap between basic research and practical application by careful studies in applied research. Clinical nutrition is so intimately bound up with the concerns of the rest of medicine that future developments are likely to involve issues of importance in this broader setting.
The factual underpinnings needed for appropriate and effective nutritional treatment in various conditions
DWYER JT, MOLITCH ME. Clinical Nutrition 1976: Where Are We Going?. Ann Intern Med. ;84:329–331. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-84-3-329
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1976;84(3):329-331.
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