A full obituary and Harvard news release are available online. Richard M. ... A public obituary is unavailable. Dr. Tilles arrived at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) School of Medicine in 1971 as chief of the division of infectious diseases
Joseph E. Johnson III, MACP.
ObiTrio. When I was young, I avoided reading obituaries out of superstition that I or a family member might fall ill or die. ... These doctor/writers all lived interesting and varied lives. I was simply struck by the proximity of their deaths and the
Here is John Snow's obituary, published in Lancet on June 26, 1858:. ... Well, last month Lancet decided to right this wrong by publishing a "corrected" obituary.
Maybe he just did. To top off a well-lived life, his obituary in the paper was one of the best I've ever read.
It's an interesting coincidence, then, to read the obituary of an almost-whistleblower by the name of Dr. ... The obituary contains all of Schatz’ 3-line letter, which was sent to the study's senior author:.
News accounts of Anderson's hospice referral (and now his obituary) say only that he suffered from "complications of dementia," without mentioning the cause.
Here's something else that appeared in the New York Times the same day: the obituary of Frances Oldham Kelsey, who, in 1960, was a physician at the then newly established
Piersol wrote. The organizations did collaborate in some ways. In 1960, ACP launched a new publication, the Bulletin of the American College of Physicians, which contained the meeting announcements, obituaries, and
Personal news items were removed from the journal, and obituaries were cut to 300 words.