Introduced by WALTER MACDONALD
News Comment by MARK GIBBS East Africa in Retrospect:
DR. HUGH TROWELL returned to England in 1959 after spending his whole medical career in government service in Kenya and Uganda. His wife taught art at Makerere College. They talk with RON PARKS about some of the changes they have seen
Congenital Malformations by James W. Millen, M.D., tic, Reader in Anatomy
University of Cambridge
One baby in every fifty born in this country has a serious deformity and recently, as a result of the tragic events associated with thalidomide, much attention has been drawn to the problem of congenital malformation. Dr. Millen reviews the present state of our knowledge.
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