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March 17, 1956


JAMA. 1956;160(11):997. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960460075021

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To the Editor:—  I am appealing for help in locating Edward Martin Lavor. Mr. Lavor is 40 years old, is about 5 ft. 9 in. (175 cm.) in height, and weighs about 150 lb. (68 kg.). He has dark brown eyes, dark brown hair, and a mole just above the corner of the right side of his mouth. He requires glasses for close work, as he is farsighted. He is a laboratory technician and has been on sick leave for the past several years. Mr. Lavor contracted pulmonary tuberculosis as the result of a laboratory accident. He has had a resection of the upper right lobe, followed by a thoracoplasty. There has been evidence of a reactivation of tuberculous foci in the lower right lobe and the upper and lower left lobes. This created a rather depressed state of mind. He went on a short trip to Los Angeles and

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