Public Health Report ; v. 68, no. 7 : frontispiece
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Public Health Report ; v. 68, no. 7 : frontispiece

  • 7-1953

  • Source: Public Health Rep.  68(7)
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      Facilities for tuberculosis patients and staff needs. The new Tuberculosis Infirmary for Negroes at Sanatorium, Miss., represents an important forward step in the State's effort to control and eventually wipe out tuberculosis. It adds 154 beds in a thoroughly modern plant (top right) built with the aid of Federal funds under the State plan which is a prerequisite to participation in the Hospital Survey and Construction Program.
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