By P. N. Platt (auth.), John J. Calabro MD, FACP, W. Carson Dick MD (Glas.), MBChB, FRCP (Lond.) (eds.)
The dating among an infection and arthritis has occupied the eye of each person in the course of the background of investigative rheu matology, no much less this day than formerlyl. the current factor is a com pilation of essays reflecting a number of the aspects of this actual diamond and i'm specially thankful to authors and publishers alike within the strange and tragic situations which attended its education. We have been all shocked and saddened by means of the premature dying of professional fessor John Calabro which disadvantaged united states buddy and clever counsellor in addition to a miles esteemed expert colleague. Prof. Calabro's contribution to medication was once significant, spanning hugely person, exemplary and being concerned scientific administration, enthusiastic charismatic instructing in any respect degrees and significant contributions to analyze quite within the box of stripling arthritis. As with Robert Burns, whose works John knew, "when do we see his like again?". a private disappointment is that i used to be awaiting welcoming John and his spouse to "Geordieland". there's a robust culture of the top point of aggressive ballroom dancing the following and John used to be expecting vacationing us and demonstrating the substantial abilities which he and his spouse displayed during this area. To his spouse and kinfolk all of us expand our heartfelt condolences. W. CARSON DICK 1. Atkin, S., Walker, D., Mander, M., Malcolm, A. and Dick, W. Carson. (1988). commentary at the factors of rheumatoid arthritis. Br. J. Rheumatol., 27 (Suppl.
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Infections and Arthritis by P. N. Platt (auth.), John J. Calabro MD, FACP, W. Carson Dick MD (Glas.), MBChB, FRCP (Lond.) (eds.)