Excerpt from Journal of Therapeutics and Dietetics, Vol. 8: October, 1913
It is with feelings of the deepest respect and admiration that we figuratively dot? The hat to the one man Of all others - Dr. Carrel] who, through his patient research endeavors is entitled to be called the Edison of medicine.
Dr. Alexis Carrel, Director Of the Laboratory of Experimental Surgery of the Rockefeller Institute, N. Y., in a lecture delivered on his late foreign tour, and reported in the Monde Medical Journal, tells of some results that he has obtained along surgical lines which are indeed startling, and, were it not for the fact that this information comes from such an authoritative source, we might doubt its veracity.
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