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There was once a doctor who was laughed to scorn because of his theory. His doctor peers seemed to think of him as a waterboy among doctors where his theory was concerned. He had speculated that the reason that so many patients were dying following surgery was because of a poor sanitation factor. He had made the suggestion that doctors thoroughly wash their hands before surgery. He was humiliated and ridiculed by his peers for his theory. The ridicule and humiliation took such a great toll on him that this doctor died in a mental institution. History proved that this doctor was right his antiseptic theory. (paraphrased: Bruce Larson. No Longer Strangers. Waco: Word Book Publisher, 1971, p. 20).

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