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News clipping. "Younger Surgeons Blamed for Abuses: Lexington's Dr. Rankin, New Head Of Surgical Group, Makes Charge." The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, p. 2, 1953

Part of Fred W. Rankin, M.D. Scrapbooks

l 2 ·· ~ THEI (]0URlI,]§R-JGURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY, l l S ,2,,. l l I l I I I I {J - 7 V ( J I . » 0HHg€I° llI‘g€0niS I I I I I Q Q O I l I · ‘L€X111gt0l1'S Dr. Rank111,· New Head I l — Gf Surgical Group, Makes Charge Chicago, Oct. 9 (UP)-—The new president of the American ” “ I College of Surgeons tonight blamed the younger, postwar i l generation of surgeons for fee-splitting, unnecessary operations, I 'A and other surgical abuses in the profession’s. ranks. J I But Dr. Fred W. Rankin, Lex- _ — jllglom Kyq Sald Older Surgeons who charge exorbitant fees for J I also were to blame for tolerating their Services- J ’ the growth of this "avarice.’j Brought Abuses In Open Rankin spoke at his inaugura- “ . ‘ . . ' I I tion as the A.C.S. concluded its Them hhmheh as I Shih le / - H I annual clinical congress here. Small- hh? eveh ehe malefmmr ‘ ` _ reflects directly and unfavorably r I J CRES Twill Pitfalls upon ug 3]l_" — "There are some in our midst The A-C-S b1`0Ugl¤'€ surgical · r . who do not recognize their obli- abuses out in the open at last · gations, or who, recognizing year’s meeting despite disapprov- them, lack the courage to live H1 Of the move by some other . by them-," he Saleh branches of medicine. Yesterday , A _“They‘·£all inte the twin pit- the A.C.S. board of regents re- J I l falls of avarice and i1l—gotten P01"f€d that Such priwlices as i I » I gains. They persuade themselves fejesplittine appeared to be I J - . ` that they are justified in what (diminishing. ` I they are doing. ‘ Rankin, a past president of the I “lt is regrettable that fel- the American Medical Association, most part the men who are so W0lIderedl0ut loud whether con- I demnations by the A.M.A. and J The great pmgyess of medicine other groups of surgical abuses II _ in the field of radioactive iso- ahem made m Smcemty nr expe` ` topes is discussed in an Asso- whcyj _ J " ciated Press article in tomor- hahkih Said he Pi`€i€i"{`€d _l0 _ , I row’s Passing Show. Another believe they W€l`€ made ll'1 $1¤· ' ’ Slgoyy Says that Kentucky -,,0,0 cerity, but reported that attempts - has four hospitals authorized by had been made to dlS€lPll¤€ . - · the Atomic Energy Commission A·C·S· l`°g€hl$ who 5P0k€ Out _ I ,. to receive and work ibith, iso- abflut abuses- l?0l0€S. 16 Kentuekians Inducted it — ’ ` mmlnmmr mammlym are the aaa-lhii Siiihhgalhii-ai°ihSlZ- J . - yehhgehl pestweh gehehhheh sue should have been raised at * “Let he admit that there are all leaves one wondering-is the J meh ih ehh i°mfeSemh‘hh`th' explanation that the wicked flee I J ie nately their number is small- when no ,4mm pursueth-ln · · ' I who practice division of fees, I SlXlQEn'K(_mmcky Sulge on S » whe dei ghest Surgery- whe heh were inducted as fellows in the J — ` form unnecessary operations and College of Surgeons ttonlghh J _ I Fellowship is based upon ac- J cezlnble medical education- ad- I I ‘‘‘‘ ‘’ :" ` ` '`'' ‘```‘ " `` ’ Vnnnmi irnining in Surgery- m¤r¤1 J - ` ‘‘‘" {I, character, and ethical practice. J I II Seven Are Frngthnnlsvilln I - -·r*r·r-i Krnnmlm mrmnm m