Medicine: Our City, Yours & Mine

Every morning, through the streets of New York rumble huge, silver-colored trucks. On the back of each truck is a sign: Our City, Yours & Mine. Keep It Clean.

These fancy street-cleaning wagons are only one of several public-health improvements which have taken place in New York City during the last six years. Others were enumerated last week in a little volume published by Health Commissioner John Levi Rice. Title: Advances in New York City's Health. Edited by Savel Zimand (known to some colleagues as "Zymole Trokeys"), the report was quickly gobbled up by colleges all over the U. S. as a...

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