Monk's moments: A worrying development
In the 19th century, any well-educated man would regard a knowledge of science as being as important as a knowledge of the arts or literature. By contrast, there are now so few applicants for university places in some science subjects, especially chemistry, that in some institutions courses may no longer be offered at all.
Dermatology in practice 2003; 11(5): 31–31
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