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Ohio State University School of Medicine, Columbus, is being awarded a Public Health Service construction grant of $6,013,546 under the provisions of the Health Professions Educational Assistance Act.The grant will assist in the construction of a basic science building which is estimated to cost more than $11 million. Balance of the construction funds will come from the 1963 bond issue which was passed by Ohio voters.An associate professor of medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, has received a grant from the National Foundation for a study aimed at uncovering possible breathing difficulties in patients with hereditary diseases of connective tissues.Robert W. Carton, MD, received the $6,974 grant as part of a nationwide March of Dimes research attack on birth defects.A member of the Harvard University medical faculty and of the medical staff of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Alexander Leaf, MD,
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