E. J. H.
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Those clinical disciples of Northcote Parkinson who make a hobby of watching, appalled but fascinated, the geometrical proliferation of medical publications were busy for a while noting the births of journals devoted entirely to investigations of single organs or systems—Blood, Gut, and Brain. A like asexual trend—a budding-off from journals of laboratory science—has given us Transplantation, of which Volume 1, Number 1 appeared in January of this year, in part, perhaps, as noted by P. B. Medawar in an editorial in this first issue, to give "relief (to) the editors of more orthodox journals of immunology and pathology, who for
H. EJ. A Trend and Transplantation. Ann Intern Med. 1963;58:1057. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-58-6-1057
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