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What to Look for in this
Issue of the Bulletin
The Bulletin is starting 2018 with another collection of interesting and informative articles.
In this issue we note the passing of former Bulletin Editor, Rudi
Ansbacher, welcome the new WCMS President, Joseph Nnodim, and also introduce our new Executive Director, Gabrielle Szlenkier.
An article in the last issue of the
Bulletin on the House of Delegates
stimulated a vigorous response from our
brethren in Kent County, which we
publish here. You can find the article in
question at the WCMS website in the October issue of the Bulletin. (http://pageturn.vpdemandcreationservices. com/WCMS/4Q17/mobile/index.html#p=9)
Read about innovative health policy that could change
how medicine in practiced in my interview with Mark Fendrick, who describes his experience in taking his proposal to Washington.
Read more about being a medical student trying to become a doctor in the cold winter on 1968 at Boston City Hospital. Part I of this memoir was in the October Bulletin, in case you missed it. (http://pageturn.vpdemandcreation services.com/WCMS/4Q17/mobile/ index.html#p=17)
If you’ve ever wondered where Corn Flakes came from, Howard Markel tells
about it and many other things in the fascinating, true story of the Kellogg Brothers of Battle Creek, his new book, which is reviewed in this issue. It’s a good read!
These things and more in this issue of the Bulletin.
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