Medicine: Carrel's Man

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Not one of the 22 great medical scientists who are members of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in Manhattan has a reputation with the man-in-the-street equal to that of a minor volunteer worker at the Institute named Charles Augustus Lindbergh. Familiar only to the small scientific circle is the mighty attack of Dr. Florence Sabin upon the germ of tuberculosis. Every cancer specialist is aware of Rous's sarcoma but outside the Institute's walls Dr. Peyton Rous is a personal unknown. It took a Nobel Prize in 1930 and the...

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