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☆Supported in part by research grant No. M-1118, United States Public Health Service.
☆Address delivered before the Third Annual Cancer Seminar for Dentists, sponsored by the American Cancer Society, at the School of Dentistry, Fairleigh-Dickinson University, Teaneck, New Jersey, Jan. 12, 1958.
© 1959 Published by Elsevier Inc.