Medicine: Nobel Prize

Through the wards of the General Hospital at Vienna, a tall, grey doctor proceeds. His shoulders are stooped from age and work. Behind him follow 20 to 30 other doctors. They have come from all countries to attend his clinic. Many are from the U. S., taking postgraduate work, for, although the U. S. has better laboratories than any abroad, Vienna maintains its prestige for clinical research.

The tall, old doctor stops at a patient slumped in a wheel chair. He lifts the patient's dull face by the chin and turns to the...

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