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May 29, 1948


JAMA. 1948;137(5):467-473. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890390045014

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RURAL HEALTH  Third Annual Meeting, Palmer HouseFeb. 6 and 7, 1948(Continued from page 777, THE JOURNAL, MARCH 13, 1948)Dr. F.S. Crockett, Presiding

Rural Public Health Organization Panel Discussion  MRS. GLADYS TALBOTT EDWARDS, Director of Education, Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America, Denver: The National Health Program of the American Medical Association states that every child should have proper attention, including scientific nutrition, immunization and other services included in infant welfare. No one would disagree with that statement, and many believe that every child should have more than this in health care. They feel that health is a public responsibility just as education is. This must be true for the Negro child in rural areas as well

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