Medicine: Campaigner

"One out of every eight Americans dies of cancer . . . one out of every three Americans dies of diseases of the heart and blood vessels . . ."

Nine out of ten Americans who have read these and other shock-slogans of fund-raising campaigns have felt the desired shiver. The tenth, who did not, was Albert Deutsch. Mr. Deutsch, who writes a medical and social welfare column in the New York Star, finally felt annoyed. Wrote Deutsch last week: "When the whole grim truth is told, one out of every one of us dies....

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