Patient: "This bill seems pretty high, Doctor."
Doctor: "I know it does. But you must remember that I do half my work for nothing."
Repeated every day in doctors' offices throughout the land is such a conversation. Last week the magazine Medical-Economics furnished harassed doctors and doubting patients with some statistics. From 5,823 physicians in all sections of the U. S. it had received answers to a questionnaire on charity work. The answers revealed that an "average doctor" works 50 weeks per year, 62 hours per week. Of those 62 hours he...