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a popular and enthusiastic teacher. During the comparatively few years of his active medical practice he had shown himself a man of great industry and capacity. His interests extended beyond the actual practice of his profession, and at the time he was taken ill he was engaged in original work of importance. He was regarded with much affection by a wide circle of friends and his loss will be felt not only by those with whom he came into intimate professional contact, but by many others who knewdoi:10.1056/nejm190701171560318 fatcat:5qzecno2wnhyzcfqdonozoa7ry