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Dr. Howe and the Forsyth Infirmary

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674732506

Publication Date: 01/01/1952

188 pages


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  • Preface
  • !. The Forsyth Brothers
  • II. The Making of an Institution
  • III. The New Infirmary
  • IV. The Coming of Dr. Howe
  • V. What He Brought to His Work
  • VI. In the World of Research
  • VII. The Expanding Pursuit of Caries
  • VIII. Carrying the News
  • IX. The Growth of Relations with Harvard
  • X. The New Director at Forsyth
  • XI. Widening Recognition
  • XII. Dr. Howe and the Harvard Changeover
  • XIII. Surviving Another World War
  • XIV. The Spread of an Influence
  • XV. Man and Institution
  • Bibliography of Percy R. Howe
  • Index

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