Alan Gregg

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An epizootic disease in pigeons associated with atypical pneumonia in two persons handling the birds has been studied. Most of the observations made during the work were consistent with the idea that we were dealing with an infection caused by a member of the psittacosis-lymphogranuloma venereum group of viruses. The outbreak was peculiar, however, in that(More)
  • Alan Gregg
  • The Yale journal of biology and medicine
  • 1950
Among the medical schools responsible for the surge forward of American Medicine in the first third of this century, the Yale Medical School has taken a special place. More than anyone you are responsible for the accomplishments and the continuing intellectual tradition of that school. To an admirable degree you have justified the trust placed in you that(More)
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