American Physician, Researcher for the Mayo Clinic, Founder of Electrogastrography
Much of the work we do as scientists involves filling in the details about matters that are basically understood already, or applying standard techniques to new specific cases. But occasionally there is a question that offers an opportunity for a really major discovery.
We little realize the number of human diseases that are begun or affected by worry.
I think it was Darwin who said that a theory builder ought really to write to many of the men whom he quotes to see whether they still hold firmly to their published opinions, and whether they approve of the interpretations which he is placing upon their work.