Spittoon Christmas

Seeman, Mary V.
December 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/11/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 12, p1625
Academic Journal
Presents the experience of the author's interactions with Dr. Hans Muller, an expert on salivary secretions, or spit. Invitation to attend Christmas dinner at Muller's house; Difficulty discussing anything non-scientific with Muller; Reaction of Muller's colleague, Dr. Bachand to questions about whether she would be attending the dinner; Visit to the Muller's house and meeting Mrs. Muller and her three children; Realization that Dr. Muller no longer lived at the house.


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