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Richard Clarke Cabot - bibliography

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American physician, born May 21, 1868, Brookline, Massachusetts; died 1939, Boston.


  • A guide to the clinical examinations of the blood.
    New York, 1896; 5th edition, 1904.
  • Serum diagnosis of disease. New York, 1899.
  • Physical diagnosis of diseases of the chest.
    New York, 1901; 10th edition, 1930.
  • Case teaching in medicine. Boston, 1906; 2nd edition, 1911.
  • Ring bodies (nuclear remnants?) in anemic blood.
    Journal of Medical Research, 1903; 9: 15-19.
  • Social service and the art of healing. 1909.
  • Differential diagnosis.
    Philadelphia, 1911; 14th edition, 1930; translated into German.
  • What men live by. Boston and New York, 1914.
  • Laymen’s handbook of medicine. Boston and New York, 1916.
  • Training and rewards of the physician. Philadelphia and London, 1917.
  • Social work. New York, 1919.
  • Adventures on the borderlands of ethics. New York, 1926.
  • Facts of the heart. Philadelphia and London, 1926.
  • Meaning of right and wrong. 1933.
  • Christianity and sex. 1937.

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