Jason Stamm, MD, Major, USAF, MC
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Biophysical Semeiotics Research Laboratory
November 7, 2006
Thanks, Dr. Jason Stamm.
Dear Jason, I'm a General Practitioner, 75 year old, retired, 6 years ago, after 5 decades of work. Now, although involved by myokardial infarkt conseguences, I continue my 50 year-old clinical research in the field of Biophysical Semeiotic with identical enthusiasm. Certainly, sometimes, since "Mala Tempora currunt" also in Medicine, I fear to give it up. This fascinating paper - thanks to Annals of Internal Medicine Editors! - reveals your noble soul. Your words sound as a stimulus to my ears and heart,so that they are a true incentive to my scientific research. Once again, I am feeling highly honoured to be a physician, thanks to physicians like you.
Jason Stamm. Sabir, Patient 4914. Ann Intern Med. 2006;145:704–705. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-145-9-200611070-00016
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 2006;145(9):704-705.
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