A Symposium on the Report Ability and Control of Venereal Diseases

S. L. STRONG
1913 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
his attendance at faculty meetings; for he perceived early that it was faculty action which had determined and guided the policies of the school, and that it was the faculty which nourished that spirit of disinterested cooperation which was necessary to the success of the school's difficult undertakings for the advancement of medical education and of the medical profession. Dr. Fitz was an admirable student and teacher of clinical medicine and a skilful and sagacious practitioner; but the most
more » ... oner; but the most beneficent and most durable work of his life was his large contribution to the better conduct of medical education and the advancement of the medical profession through his services to the Harvard faculty of medicine. Dr. Bradford: In closing this meeting it may be fitting to call to our recollection the words of Holy Writ, inscribed over the academic rostrum of Harvard University:-"They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and ever."
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