The happy life of a doctor

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Little, Brown, 1956 - Biography & Autobiography - 278 pages

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Contents

Ancestors and Boyhood
3
A Young Innocent Embarks on a Harvard Education
14
Medical Education
24
Private Practice Hospital Practice Teaching and Research
32
The Advantages of Being Fat
39
Europe for the First Time
46
Professorship of Hygiene at Harvard
50
War As I Saw It
55
The Joys of Being a Doctor Today
148
Doctors Fees
160
The Doctor As a Patient and As a Doctor to His Family
170
Mechanical and Chemical Aids in Medicine
182
Lay Selfmedication
187
Rheumatism
193
The Athletic Heart
200
An Ordinary Doctor Looks at Mental Dis turbances Socalled Insanity Psycho analysis Shock Therapy Lobotomy
207

War and the Doctors
81
Medicine and Morals
87
Truth in Medicine
97
Medicine and Peace
103
Doctors in Government and Politics
107
Marriage and Civil Life
111
Other Aspects of a Busy Medical Life Besides the Actual Care of Patients
117
Changing Trends in Internal Medicine
131
The Goldheaded Cane
142
Geriatrics
217
Medical Writing
223
Doctors and Research
229
The Doctor and His Hobbies
233
Does the Advent of the New Antibiotics Mean the Medical Millennium?
239
The Harvard Corporation
248
Four Great Presidents of Harvard
267
Conclusion
277
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