Medicine: Stitt

When Woodrow Wilson lay stricken in the White House, among other names appended to the official bulletins issued, the public came to know that of Edward R. Stitt, Rear Admiral, Surgeon General of the U. S. Navy. Last week, Doctor-Admiral Stitt addressed the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. He had in mind the convention, next spring, of the Congress on Internal Medicine, when he said: "I look to this society of physicians to keep us from drifting into the methods of Egyptians, of whom it is stated: 'Medicine is practiced among them on a plan of separation. Each physician...

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