The Responsibility of the Management for the Effect of Focal Infection (Especially Dental) on the Life, Health and Efficiency of the Employee

Weston A. Price, D.D.S., M.S., F.A.C.D., Cleveland, Ohio.

Weston A. Price, D.D.S., M.S., F.A.C.D., Cleveland, Ohio.

Read before the National Safety Council, Cleveland, September 1925.

A new truth is a new sense, for with it an individual can see things which he could not see before receiving that new truth and which others cannot see who have not learned that new truth. But new truths come only to prepared minds. The purpose of this association, in its ultimate analysis, is to correlate and present new truths, which, when they become new senses, will conserve human life.

You have asked me to discuss the relation of focal Infections, especially dental, to this matter of health conservation, and the responsibility of the management of an institution, or corporation, with regard to their associated assistants, and employees. The fundamental principle, that I am my brother's keeper, compels me to realize that when I have a great new truth… Continued in PDF

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