$2,500,000 Program Planned by National Jewish Hospital to Combat Post-war Tuberculosis
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$2,500,000 Program Planned by National Jewish Hospital to Combat Post-war Tuberculosis

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The National Jewish Hospital at Denver, the first tuberoulosis institution in America to provide medical and surgical care for needy men, women and children on a free, nation-wide, non-seotarian basis, will modernize and enlarge its facilities to meet critical post-war needs, at a cost of $2,500,000 it was announced today by Alfred Triefus, hospital president.

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