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March 1967


Arch Otolaryngol. 1967;85(3):346. doi:10.1001/archotol.1967.00760040348022

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To the Editor.—I read with interest Dr. Barrett's letter in the July issue of the Archives calling attention to the need for otolaryngologists in the Project Viet Nam work. I also served in Viet Nam under Project HOPE a few years ago and heartily endorse what Dr. Barrett says about the value of this work.

I would also like to call the attention of otolaryngologists to another opportunity for international medical work if the Viet Nam Project is not suited to their particular purpose or does not need them at the time they are available. This is the work of Project HOPE itself aboard the S.S. HOPE in various countries. The ship will be serving in Colombia, South America throughout the major part of 1967 and there is a need for otolaryngologists there. This is an educational program in which an exchange of knowledge is carried on with the

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