Medicine: Rockfeller Foundation

No other humanitarian organization, private or public, can compare with the Rockefeller Foundation in the extent and thoroughness of its activities. Last year it spent $9,113,730 through its International Health Board, China Medical Board, Division of Medical Education, Division of Studies. Its remedial work covered the world.

This week its President, George E. Vincent, preparing to print his 1925 report, briefs the Foundation's activities: 1) Hookworm—aided 18 governments, treated nearly 1,500,000 victims, erected or rebuilt thousands of latrines. 2) Rural health—aided 220 U. S. counties, 18 districts in Brazil, Poland, Czechoslovakia,...

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