Letters

On the move on moving day

On the move on moving day

When cardiovascular researcher Jeffrey Bender and hundreds of his colleagues unpack their labs and offices in the Congress Avenue Building later this winter and spring [“The Big Move”], a new chapter in the School of Medicine’s history will begin in earnest. For the first time in a decade, the medical school’s legendary space crunch will ease, at least for a time, and the occasion will mark the...

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The Yale System, in black and white

The Yale System, in black and white

Congratulations on the autumn issue of Yale Medicine. The handwritten letters on the front and back covers convey the human quality and the personal and professional benefits of the Yale System like nothing else could.George S. Goldman, M.D. ’29 McLean, Va.Thank you so much for the issue on the unique Yale System. I learned much about its origins, development and problems that I never knew before.For me, the Yale...

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In praise of Milton Winternitz

In praise of Milton Winternitz

I read the article adapted from Dr. Gerard Burrow’s A History of Yale’s School of Medicine: Passing Torches to Others...

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Remembering Gustaf Lindskog

Remembering Gustaf Lindskog

On page 62 of your last issue, a good one, I read of the passing of G.E. Lindskog. As house staff, I scrubbed many...

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The health of nations, the art of medicine

The health of nations, the art of medicine

The article “A World of Difference” [Autumn 2001] caught my attention, though I’ve been slow responding. I have...

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Second opinion

Second opinion

A "second opinion" from cartoonist Sidney Harris.

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