Images and reflections from Mayo Clinic heritage

Habermann, Thomas M.; Ziemer, Renee E.; Lantz, Jane C.
November 2003
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Nov2003, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p1324
Academic Journal
journal article
Highlights the contributions of the late professor and physician Frederick A. Willius to the history of Mayo Clinic. Publication of the book 'Aphorisms of Dr. Charles Horace Mayo and Dr. William J. Mayo'; Achievements.


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