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Les Anemies Megaloblastiques de l'Enfance et les Problems de la Megaloblastose.
By Gabriel Gelin and Marcel Iborra. Price, not stated. Pp 142, with no illustrations. Masson & Cie, Editeurs, Librarires de l'Academie de Medecine 120, Boulevard St. Germain, Paris (6e), 1955.
La Rate et ses Maladies, Medecin des Hopitaux d'Oran, Correspondant National de la Society Medicale des Hopitaux de Paris.
By Gabriel Gelin. Price, not stated. Pp 299, with several illustrations. Masson et Cie, Editeurs, Librairies de L'Academic de Medecine, 120, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris (6e), 1954.Among the social and human tragedies caused by the dislocation and the realignment of nations and peoples which has characterized the period since World War II, not the least is the displacement of physicians. Gabriel Gelin, formerly of Oran, now with the WHO in Geneva, a physician and teacher with special interests in hematology, is an example. Longer ago than I would imagine possible,
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