Medicine: In England

An English country doctor complained thus to the London Daily Express of a brazenness such as every U. S. physician has encountered: "Often while I drive to or from a case I happen to come to the scene of a road accident in which frequently someone is more or less injured. Naturally, being a physician, usually known to someone in the attending group, frequently a policeman, I am asked to give assistance. Over and over again I have treated and bandaged a victim, carried him off in my car, or had him conveyed...

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