Medicine: Another Step Foward

Like many another physician, small, bright-eyed Dr. Frank Gollan has an incurable interest in a disease that he himself has suffered from. At the age of three in Czechoslovakia, where he was born 38 years ago, Dr. Gollan had an attack of infantile paralysis. He survived uncrippled. Until he was 17, he planned to be a concert pianist, but a doctor-uncle attracted him to medicine. He escaped from Czechoslovakia just ahead of the Nazis in 1938: his parents died in Auschwitz gas chambers.

In the U.S. Dr. Gollan practiced as a pediatrician, did research work on high blood pressure,...

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