Happy birthday, Prof. Tato. (Editorial).
I have known Prof. Tato for 35 years, and he always remains active in medical affairs. His appearance has remained almost the same as the day we first met. He continues to attend medical meetings and has had a great influence on otolaryngology, science, politics, and education. He was an instigator of the Neuroequilibriometric Society, and the Tato-Claussen Award for clinical achievement bears his name.
Only a few otolaryngologists have been as durable as Prof. Tato. He embraces new concepts and asks probing questions. To keep an active, busy mind seems to be a good prescription for excellent health and for becoming a centenarian.
Happy birthday, Prof. Tato.
JACK L. PULEC, MD
EAR, NOSE & THROAT JOURNAL
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|Publication:||Ear, Nose and Throat Journal|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2002|
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