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As physical therapy professionals reflect on the past 100 years and prepare for the future, it is fitting for us to examine the insights of the physical therapists whose shoulders we stand on today.

The Mary McMillan lectures can provide us with knowledge and wisdom to help us prepare for the next century, and Helen L. Kaiser’s Fifth Mary McMillan Lecture, "Today’s Tomorrow," delivered in 1968, is no exception to this assertion.

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