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1960s - Johnson

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2004 - Spring


Robert L. Johnson, M.D., HS ’64, clinical professor of otolaryngology at the University of California, San Francisco, for more than 30 years, writes to say that “almost 40 years have passed since I was an otolaryngology resident at Yale. Married for 42 years to Barbara, a staff pediatric nurse, with three adult children all living in the Bay area. My younger daughter recently received her doctorate in psychology. My wife and I returned from Thailand, Bhutan and Laos, where I gave lectures on sinusitis.”

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