Medicine: Researchers in Arms

Often have ardent research workers rankled under the interference of trustees, directors, presidents who meddled with their work. It has been necessary for them to smother their rage, remain silent, when they have been restrained from teaching evolution, practicing vivisection, inquiring into sex tendencies, etc.

In many a case researchers have been dismissed for daring to touch tabooed material. Last week some 600 of tho land's leading biochemists, physiologists, pathologists, .pharmacologists gathered in Chicago for the annual convention of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, took steps to make the world...

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