Education in the health-related professions.

Consulting editors: Joseph G. Benton and Richard S. Gubner. [Authors]: Leonard D. Fenninger [and others]
  • 1058 Pages
  • 1.31 MB
  • English

New York Academy of Sciences , [New York]
Public health -- Study and tea
SeriesNew York Academy of Sciences. Annals -- v. 166, art. 3, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences -- v. 166
ContributionsBenton, Joseph G.,, Fenninger, Leonard D., Gubner, Richard Sigmund, 1913-,
LC ClassificationsRA440.8 E38
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21442056M

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