Medicine: Home

Of the physicians who practice a lifetime in the U. S., 40% die incapacitated and without money.* Therefore, the Physicians' Home, Inc., began a drive last week to establish a home for aged, indigent physicians. Dr. Charles H. Mayo of Rochester heads the committee of sponsors. The first unit of the home was started four years ago' at Caneadea, N. Y.

*So says Dr. Robert T. Morris, brother-in-law of Arthur Twining Hadley (President Emeritus of Yale) and son of the late Gov. Luzon B. Morris of Conn.


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