THAT NONE SHOULD DIE by Frank G. Slaughter

THAT NONE SHOULD DIE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From the medical morass comes this graphic story of the problem-beset profession. A young fighter of a doctor is the central figure. There's wealth of detail on disease and adversity; there's the story of the charlatanery, the ethical trammels, the dirty medicine and dirty politics rampant in hospitals -- and against this background, the romance of the young doctor and his nurse-wife. Training -- staff work -- city hospital revelations -- professional ethics, so-called. Then government control and sidetracking in general work in a Virginia mining town. Finally, an investigation, and expose, and group planning comes into its own. Superficial characterization, but a good story of its type. Rentals -- some sales.

Pub Date: March 21st, 1940
Publisher: Doubleday, Doran