Medicine: Progress

To take expensive pains to give newspapers accurate medical intelligence and then to have papers garble & scarehead an announcement was the heart sickening experience of New York doctors last week. Their New York Academy of Medicine and New York County Medical Society last year set up a medical information bureau with lago Galdston as executive secretary. Last week the bureau, on the basis of reports made by 90 leading practitioners, issued to the papers a summary of 1928's medical progress. In the summary there was carefully written: "A third discovery (in cancer)...

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