The Alleged Dearth of Qualified Assistants

1898 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
even to attempt to build up practices themselves, rather than work with senior men for the first year or two of their professional life. This state of affairs is unfortunate, and is apt to bring discredit on the profession geierally. 1. It puts a fictitious value on small practices. 2. It encourages insufficiently-experienced men to buy,
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