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The Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania is the recipient of a one-year grant totalling $464,468 from the Children's Bureau of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, according to Glen R. Leymaster, MD, president and dean of the college.The funds were made available for the establishment of a child health center for comprehensive health care at the College-Hospital. The Woman's Medical College Center program will offer total health services for children under 18 years of age. Six teams of physicians, including members of all specialties, and members of associated medical services will staff the center.A grant of $84,726 has been received by the Louisiana State University School of Medicine for expansion of existing post-graduate training programs in otorhinolaryngology.The National Institutes of Health made the grant, according to John C. Finerty, MD, dean of the School of Medicine. The expanded program will be under the direction
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