Thoughts and feelings about poverty a brief summary of two workshops for dentists on understanding the underprivileged child ; held May 20-23 and June 10-13, 1968, Headquarters Building, American Dental Association, Chicago, Illinois

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Subjects:

  • Delivery of Health Care.,
  • Socioeconomic Factors.,
  • Poverty.

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StatementFrank B. W. Hawkinshire.
ContributionsHawkinshire, Frank Bobby William., Eiseman, Jeffrey.
The Physical Object
Pagination82, 16, [16] p. ;
Number of Pages82
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Open LibraryOL14740611M

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