Manpower and Doctors

December 1942
New Republic;12/7/42, Vol. 107 Issue 23, p71
Discusses the manpower policy in the United States as it affects doctors. Lack of doctors who can render first-class medical service to the whole population; Observation of uneven distribution of doctors throughout the U.S.; Standards adhered to by the armed forces in recruiting doctors for the soldiers and sailors engaged in the second world war; Call on the American Medical Association to assume responsibility over the labor conditions and disasters that may result from them.


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