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Doctors at War.

Am J Dis Child. 1945;70(1):54-55. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1945.02020190061018.
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"Doctors at War" will interest all Americans and especially those who have members of their families in the armed services. Parents and relatives reading this book will appreciate the great effort which has been put forth to assure members of the armed services the highest quality of medical care and protection ever rendered any group under any circumstances.

It is a splendid résumé of the many phases of medical activity involved in establishing and maintaining the largest military force this nation has ever created.

Each section of the book is written by the outstanding medical authority charged with the particular activity discussed, and this makes the material presented authoritative and assures the reader of a well rounded picture of the work.

Every one reading this volume will gain an insight into the tremendous task involved. That such an undertaking could be carried out in the time available, with the sensational

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