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The Journal of Comparative Neurology - Page 176
1918
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Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 13

Medicine - 1918
...its members acceptiy the tremendous responsibility in the highest spirit of patriotism. It will meat doubtless, that much service must be gratuitous, but...men can be relied upon to do their share of giving freelj and it is certain that inability to pay a fa will never deny needy persons the attentif« required....
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The American Journal of Clinical Medicine, Volume 25

Medicine - 1918
...preservation of sanitary conditions — all these needs must be fully met in time of war as in time of peace. In fact, and in view of the prospective losses in...is certain that inability to pay a fee will never deprive the needy of attention required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer...
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Washington Medical Annals, Volumes 17-19

Medicine - 1918
...the health of the people at home must be maintained as efficiently as in times of peace. The medical service in hospitals, medical colleges and laboratories...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon General of the...
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The Medical World, Volume 36

Medicine - 1918
...the health of the people at home must be maintained as efficiently as in times of peace. The medical service in hospitals, medical colleges and laboratories...certain that inability to pay a fee will never deny persons the attention required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 53

Homeopathy - 1918
...preservation of sanitary conditions — all these needs must be fully met in time of war as in times of peace. They must be met in spite of the great and...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon General of the...
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The Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 29

Homeopathy - 1918
...the health of the people at home must be maintained as efficiently as in times of peace. The medical service in hospitals, medical colleges and laboratories...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon-General of the...
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The Clinique, Volume 39

Homeopathy - 1918
...the health of the people at home must be maintained as efficiently as in times of peace. The medical service in hospitals, medical colleges and laboratories...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon General of the...
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Southern California Practitioner, Volume 33

Medicine - 1918
...the health of the people at home must be maintained as efficiently as in times of peace. The medical service in hospitals, medical colleges and laboratories...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon General of the...
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The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 53

Homeopathy - 1918
...examination of drafted soldiers, including the reclamation of men rejected because of comparatively slight defects; the need of conserving the health of the...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the Surgeon-General of the...
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Medical Insurance: Devoted to the Insurance Examiner and Clinical ..., Volume 33

Ferdinand Eugene Daniel - Medicine - 1918
...in the highest spirit of patriotism. It will mean, doubtless, that much service must be gratiiitous, but the medical- men can be relied upon to do their...required. It is proposed that the services rendered by the Volunteer Medical Service Corps shall be in response to a request from the surgeon general of the...
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