Medicine: Two-Way Drive

Sister Elizabeth Kenny, the stormy petrel of polio, had a new complaint. She swooped with angry cries on the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The Foundation, she thinks, falsely claims (in the literature announcing the 1944-45 March of Dimes) that it supports her work.

Said Marvin Kline, president of Sister Kenny's own Foundation in Minneapolis: the Kenny organization had no direct aid from the March of Dimes last year; "instead of getting financial assistance, it was insulted" (by having its request for money flatly refused, nine months after the request was made).

The National Foundation's reply: Sister Kenny's work had been introduced to...

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