Medicine: Dental Advance

The report of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching indicates great progress in advancing dental education. In 1921 there were 51 dental schools in the U. S. and Canada; 14 dental schools in the U. S. were frankly proprietary in character and were conducted for commercial gain. Now two of these have been absorbed by dental schools in universities; one has become a new integral part of a university; three have become affiliated with universities and may later be expected to make more permanent arrangements; one is conducting negotiations with a...

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