Cardiology: The Doctor's Heart Attack

"Everybody in the club used to want to tell me about his heart attack. Now I'm in the club, and I want to talk about mine." The speaker was not the usual coronary victim, but one of the U.S.'s leading experts on heart and artery diseases. Dr. Irvine H. Page (TIME cover, Oct. 31, 1955) has spent a working lifetime studying problems of the circulatory system as president of the American Heart Association in 1955 and research director of the Cleveland Clinic until 1966. Last week, at 66, he told fellow cardiologists at...

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