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September 6, 1952


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Headquarters, Eighth U. S. A. Korea Office of the Surgeon APO 301

JAMA. 1952;150(1):52. doi:10.1001/jama.1952.03680010058025

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To the Editor:  —I am involved in aiding the reopening of the Severance Union Medical School in the city of Seoul, which was one of the leading medical schools in Korea before the present hostilities. The faculty and student body have been reassembled in an effort to fill the sadly depleted ranks of the medical profession of South Korea. During the present conflict, much of the physical plant was destroyed and with it the entire library. The officers in my section are giving much time and effort to help this very able and ambitious group get going again, but they are sadly in need of textbooks.We would like to request doctors at home to send any medical books that they can spare to me to be used for this group. The school of nursing is also opening and can use any textbooks that might be available. It is interesting

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