Alice Hamilton: Pioneer Doctor in Industrial Medicine
Abelard-Schuman, 1967 - 223 pages
A biography of the woman doctor whose foresight of and crusade against "industrial diseases" revolutionized factory conditions and saved thousands of working men from paralysis and painful death.
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