Throughout medical school, students are taught about great physicians and their contributions to medicine and society. Among them are John Snow, famous for his shoe-leather epidemiology; Alfred Sommers, renowned for reducing childhood mortality with his research on vitamin A; and most recently, Mona Hanna-Attisha, whose studies revealed dangerous levels of lead in the Flint, Michigan, water supply. These physicians are notable not only for their clinical skills, but also for …
Post Author: Ruchi S. Doshi, Sheila Razdan, and Andrea V. Yonge
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