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HORACE WlfINS'l'ClfiK, B.S., M.D., l".A.f.,S., l".l.C.S.
B.S., 1925, Ilahnemainn College of Science
M.D., 1927, llahnemann Medical College
One of our most beloved tt-.ulii-rs, Dr, XY't-iiistotl-4 will forever
remain .1 symbol to us of everytliing .1 pliysitian should lie. llc showed
great compassion .1ml insight into human ii.1ture, li.1d .1 rrlresliiiigly
sparkling wit, clear, disterning clinit.1l judginent, .in iiiiimnst- store-
house of medical knowledge .ind experiemc, .uid was .1 liiglily skilled
He w.1s Chief of Urology .tt St, I.uke's Hospital, Chief of Urology
.it Doctors' Hospital, and Clinical Professor of Urology at l'l.ll1I1L'I'I1.ilIlI
Medical College and Hospital, He was .ibovc .ill interested in helping
the sick, and was forthright in his criticisms of the therapeutic inade-
quacies of today. He showed dauntless fortitude in performing the Hrs!
twenty retropubic prostatectomies in Philadelphia in the middle 19-iO's.
A Past National President of Phi Lambda Kappa medical fra-
ternity, Dr. Weinstcuck was intensely interested in that organizations
Medical Students Aid Society. He never forgot his medical school days
and often related his joy at graduation to us . . . "I walked down
Fifteenth Street as if on clouds, with birds singing and bells tinkling in
my ears." This man's personal qualities, no less than his stature in his
field, will keep him close to us forever.
MARVIN SEVEN, B.S., M.D., F.A.C.P.
B.S., 1947, Calvin College
M.D., 1951, University of Michigan Medical School
The immensity of Dr. Seven's accomplishments during his short
life is simply breathtaking. He was the national authority on Chelation
Therapy and his book, Meta! Binding In Medicine, is already a classic. -Q
He came to Hahnemann in 1957 as Assistant Professor of Medicine and
Chief of the Rheumatology Section, after internship and residency at
PGH and a year of Research Fellowship at the N.I.H.
All twenty-five of his contributions to the medical literature, and " - -
even his unpublished data, have the unmistakable ring of genius. As an
intern he used Versenol in the treatment of Hemochromatosis and was
the first physician to use this drug clinically. At PGH he also developed
a chelated iron form which can be given parenterally for anemias. He
even invented the first direct writing phonocardiogram.
In addition to his brilliant original research, Dr. Seven's mastery
of Physical Diagnosis was most astounding to his students. Those of us
fortunate enough to go with him on PGH rounds . . . "Ward Walks"
. . . know that these were the high points of our training.
Dr. Seven's lifelong search for scientific truth was not in vain.
His voice and spirit will remain with us as long as we carry out our
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Because as a teacher, Dr. Perlmutter encouraged us to develop the
faculty of active, intelligent assimilation, we were rescued from becom-
ing mere "passive receptacles" of knowledge. Against a slavish, rote
acquisition of facts, he was wont to offer a far more valid and dynamic
mode of mastering concepts, which will serve us well throughout our
lives as disciples of Hippocrates.
As a counselor, he continues to demonstrate his readiness to work
on our behalf in various student activities and institutions. Also, it is
reassuring to know him as our friend in a therapeutic tete-a-tete, at
those frequent times in our lives when the problems which plague us
assume an ominous importance.
Upon entering our new lustrum following our formal medical
school training, we will not be unmindful of our obligation couched in
these venerable words, "I will honor as my father the man who taught
me the art." A
Dr. Perlmutter's academic career is a long one, his degree of
Bachelor of Arts came from the University of Pennsylvania, after which
he received his Master's Degree and Doctorate of Philosophy from the
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He is now Assistant Professor
in Anatomy at Hahnemanng his time previously had been occupied by
the Army of the United States, and by research for E. I. DuPont De
Nemours, and for the United States Public Health Service. Also, he has
been active on the teaching staff at the University of Pennsylvania. His
interests encompass a wide range of subjects, from endocrine problems
to coronary circulation.
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CHARLES S. CAMERON, M.D.
President and Dean
To The Class
Let me First offer to each of you my warm sentiment of congratula-
tions on this happy occasion of your graduation from medical school.
Allow me, also, to welcome you as the newest members of the noblest
You, and those who, like you, are being graduated from the medical
colleges of our country, make up about four ten thousandths of one
percent of the nations population. You are, therefore, somewhat of a
minority. But your numerical position is inverse to the responsibilities
which you assume today.
You have, I am sure, visualized yourself in the years ahead as
standing exclusively in relation to individual patients. And this is what
you have been educated and trained to do.
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