A Letter From The Publisher, may 18, 1953

Dear Time-Reader TIME Senior Editor Jack Tibby said recently of TIME'S Medicine section: "Here is the running story of one of the most fascinating and active frontiers of all technology—microscope and white coat division . . . But it is more than just the recorder of advancing medical science. It is the story of people: men, women, children—and doctors."

A lot of other stories happen after the Medicine section appears in TIME each week. Here are a few examples:

W. Page Pitt, 55, is head of the Marshall College department of journalism in Huntington, W. Va. He has been almost totally blind...

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