William G. Crook

July 1999
Mothering;Jul/Aug99, Issue 95, p96
Profiles William G. Crook, a pediatrician and author of the book `The Yeast Connection' and `Women and the Yeast Connection Handbook.' General pediatric practice in Jackson, Tennessee; Contributions to the field of pediatrics; Commitment to help children.


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