Charles A. Janeway: Pediatrician to the World by Robert J. Haggerty
This autobiography describes one of the most prominent pediatricians of the 20th century, his brilliant medical family, and his remarkable work spanning almost three decades, such as Thomas Morgan Roach,…
Charles A. Janeway synopsis
This autobiography describes one of the most prominent pediatricians of the 20th century, his brilliant medical family, and his remarkable work spanning almost three decades, such as Thomas Morgan Roach, MD, Harvard Medical School and Chief of Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. During this period, Janeway built the country's first Pediatric Department with sub-specialties based on new developments in basic science.
Janowe and his colleagues identified gamma globulin disorders that increased children's susceptibility to infection and arthritis-related disorders. Janio was the most prominent American pediatrician on the world stage in the latter half of the 20th century.
He traveled extensively, taught newborns to thousands of doctors throughout the developing world, and brought many of them to the United States for further training. He has been instrumental in starting educational hospitals in Shiraz, Iran and Cameroon.
Janoui believes that by teaching, for example, may promote the cause of peace in the world. His life inspires everyone in medicine, and serves as a model for everyone to seek to improve the health of millions of the world and foster a more peaceful future.
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