Uncompromising excellence
Unless you are a collector of obscure medical eponyms (Plummer’s nails, Plummer–Vinson syndrome), you have almost certainly never heard of Dr Henry Plummer (1874–1936), and that’s a pity, because he is one of the most important people in 20th-century medicine and we have a lot to learn from him.
Dermatology in practice 2014; 20(3): 22–22
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