Small Correspondence and Subject File, 1947-1962

Cuyler, W. Kenneth
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Contains correspondence, minutes, grant applications, reports, and notes relating to obstetrics and gynecology, including cervical cancer and vaginal (Pap) smears. Correspondents include George Papanicolaou, who invented the vaginal (Pap) smear used to detect diseases in of the female reproductive system. Materials date from 1947 to 1962.


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