You'll be a clinician-scientist, my son

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Opinion-based commentary about the complex reality of being a clinician-scientist in today's modern biomedical environment. The essay uses the beautiful, but old, poem "If" from Rudyard Kipling to draw a parallel with the ambitions, dreams and limits of being a clinical-scientist today.

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Smeesters, P. R. (2015, November 4). You’ll be a clinician-scientist, my son. Journal of Translational Medicine. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12967-015-0713-8

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