They Race Death Every Night

Cameron, Frank
January 1953
Saturday Evening Post;1/3/1953, Vol. 225 Issue 27, p28
The article focuses on the services rendered by the medical staff at the Central Emergency Hospital in San Francisco, California. The emergency hospital has save the life of old woman through immediate treatment and the effort of medical staff to return her consciousness. The woman has sued the Harbor Emergency for the burn he has received during the treatment process. The hospital has helped several patients who suffered from illness and injury.


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