The Conclusion for All of Science

(1) I have told you more than I know about osteoporosis. (2) What I have told you is subject to change without notice. (3) I hope I raised more questions than I have given answers. (4) In any case, as usual, a lot more work is necessary.


Fuller Albright's conclusion to one of his papers could stand for anything in science.

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 Dictionary of Medical Eponyms, Second Edition
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Firkin , B.G. and Whitworth , J.A. (1996-05-15), Dictionary of Medical Eponyms, Second Edition, Taylor & Francis, Retrieved on 2011-09-01
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18 MAY 2011

 Living the Scientific Life

Habits, actions, and culture for living life like a scientist.