William B. Bean
(8 Nov 1909 - 1 Mar 1989)
American physician and author whose research in heat acclimatization began in World War II for soldiers in tanks. His research in nutrition included induced vitamin deficiencies in humans. He contributed more than 500 articles to professional journals, served on editorial boards, and wrote several books, the last of which was Walter Reed (1982).
Science Quotes by William B. Bean (1 quote)
The so-called medical literature is stuffed to bursting with junk, written in a hopscotch style characterised by a Brownian movement of uncontrolled parts of speech which seethe in restless unintelligibility.
— William B. Bean
Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine (1952), 39, 3.