A doctor for the future: Holmes Morton works round-the-clock making diagnoses and treating his 700 severely ill Amish and Mennonite patients. He is doing what few doctors do, acting as both genetic researcher and pediatrician and creating a model for the medicine of tomorrow
New York Times Magazine 2005 November 6; p. 68-73, 92-93, 114- 115
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