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August 5, 1922

Schick Test Campaign.

JAMA. 1922;79(6):486. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640060068020

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Abstract

—Concerning the item with this heading, which appeared in the New York news, July 15, we are informed that the board of health has started a city-wide campaign, that the number of physicians assigned are twelve, and the number of nurses and nurses' assistants, twenty-five. The personnel has been divided into two groups, the work being carried out under the immediate supervision of Dr. M. C. Schroder in Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond, and of Dr. A. Zingher in Manhattan and the Bronx.

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