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To the general public, Edward Paullin, MD, was best known as one of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s physicians who rushed to Warm Springs, Georgia, to attend the dying president. To the medical community, however, he was a highly regarded diagnostician and innovative researcher who changed how diabetes, typhoid fever and other diseases were understood and treated in Georgia. Bookhouse Group is excited to announce that The Enduring Legacy of James Edgar Paullin, MD has gone to press. This is the story of this fascinating early twentieth century physician who began his indispensable roles in the development of both Emory University School of Medicine and Piedmont Hospital.

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