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Excerpt from The Journal of Industrial Hygiene, Vol. 1: May, 1919-April, 1920
Each month of the war witnessed an improvement in many of these concerns. If the same forces which were so inde fatigable in their efforts for conserving the health and efficiency of the industrial army during the war will only carry over these efforts into the reconstruction period, an entirely new standard of existence will result for the working people of the land, the great army who must produce and provide.
Thus, in the course of one short decade, broad humanizing principles Combined with scientific medical and surgical work have permanently established in the medi cal profession this far-reaching health service - Industrial Medicine and Surgery.
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