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David R. Challoner, MD AFCR President, 1975–1976

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The 1960’s and early 70’s were an exciting time for young clinical investigators. New information to help us understand clinical problems was pouring out of biochemistry and physiology laboratories. We trained in those labs and usually had a publication or two or more when we assumed our first position as Assistant Professor–usually of Medicine. A job was easy to find since …

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