Medicine: Fishbein's Kaiser

Henry Kaiser is obstructing the draft of doctors to maintain his own individual empire, cried Editor Morris Fishbein, in his American Medical Association Journal last week. For retort, Henry Kaiser "implored" that the medical profession "immediately investigate the honesty and integrity" of Dr. Fishbein.

The trouble began last spring in Vancouver, Wash., when it became apparent that a new Kaiser shipyard would boom the town from 18,000 to 60,000. Kaiser brought in 20 doctors to look after his employes. Vancouver's 22 regular doctors tended the rest of the townsfolk. The State branch of...

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