Medicine: Lankenau Experimenter

In answer to an assembly call by Clarence Cook Little, Lieutenant Colonel of the U. S. Army Specialist Reserves and director of the American Society for the Control of Cancer, who is now zealously organizing a Women's Field Army against Cancer, squads of Pennsylvania women trooped to Philadelphia last week to be told that cancer is curable if detected early, to be urged to spread this word to other women. While these women were busy being told how to avoid death from cancer, Dr. Grace Medes, 49, of Philadelphia's Lankenau Hospital Research Institute...

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