Shortly before completing his residency and beginning his own practice, a resident internist is stunned when a routine chest X-Ray reveals that he has contracted an active case of tuberculosis.
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Dr. Konrad Styner
Our presentation tonight, the field of physiology. The scientific study of tuberculosis. The object in point, a roll of celluloid. Case in point, Jerome R. Colton, M.D., age 33, married, two children. A resident in internal medicine, Jerome Colton has just four months of duty at the hospital remaining before he opens his own office. But there's one thing standing in his way - a short, rod-shaped, acid-fast micro-organism. It could kill him.