Another hospital romance, adequate though not exceptional, this tells of an ambitious young interne, Kate Fuller, who comes...

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KATE FULLER, M.D.

Another hospital romance, adequate though not exceptional, this tells of an ambitious young interne, Kate Fuller, who comes to People's Hospital, finds the odds against her due to the opposition of Dr. Kenyon who did not want a woman and fails to reconcile himself to her being there. All sorts of complications ensue, the dinner party given by the Smiths and intended to launch Kate socially turns into a tremendous fiasco. Then a cad of a doctor married to an older woman gives Kate considerable trouble and nasty rumors are circulated about her, intensified by the football coach using one of the nurses to get on the right side of her young brother and further his ambitions. In the end, Kate weathers the storms and proves herself, winning Scott's respect and his love as well. Rentals.

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Publisher: Macrae-Smith

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949