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|Title:||Reflections on osteoporosis|
|Citation:||Osteoporosis, 2008 / Robert Marcus (ed./s), pp.47-65|
|B.E. Christopher Nordin|
|Abstract:||The scene is Hammersmith Hospital, London; the year is 1952; the occasion is morning coffee in the lab. Professor John McMichael—London's answer to New York's Robert Loeb—appears on the scene and asks a young man how his calcium work is going. "Okay, Sir," comes the reply, "but I am finding that the research in the literature goes round and round; old discoveries are forgotten and then rediscovered." "That," replies McMichael, looking down over his glasses, "is why it is called re-search."|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 5|
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