Tributes to Thomas Chalmers

  title={Tributes to Thomas Chalmers},
  author={Edward J. Huth},
  journal={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  • E. Huth
  • Published 1 April 1996
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Internal Medicine
TO THE EDITOR: Thomas Clark Chalmers was in our world for 78 years. Few men and women in medicine have better spent their time among us for all of us, not just for their own patients. I say for all of us, because in time we all become patients. Chalmers pushed more and more physicians to ask themselves again and again, Why am I prescribing this drug? Why am I recommending this surgery? We will all benefit from these questions. The obituary for him in The New York Times [1] leads with what he… 
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