March 1924
Journal of Dental Research;Mar1924, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p113
Academic Journal
The article presents a speech which was given by Charles F. B�decker at a meeting of the International Association for Dental Research which was held at the Columbia University Club on December 21, 1922. In the speech the role teeth and dental health play in human health is discussed.


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