Records, 1951-1985

DeMaria, William J. A.
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Contains news clippings, reports, incoming and outgoing correspondence, articles, publications, papers, and handwritten notes pertaining to various topics regarding pediatrics and public health, including changes in the health profession, the cost of medical services, community health, the Education and Screening for Employees (EASE) program, employee and worksite health, and prospective medicine in the central nervous system; the excessoses (conditions of indulgence); the gastrointestinal tract; the genitourinary tract; the respiratory tract, immunology, and allergy; and the unwanted child syndrome. Materials range in date from 1951 to 1984.


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