Homebush West, NSW 2140, Australia 1988 Mass-market paperback Reprint. 1983 original copyright. Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Intact with considerable reading wear, with
moderate edge soiling. Spine pretty smooth with lower short tears, repaired with clear tape. vii, 180 p.; Mass-market (rack) PB. Color photo illustrated cover. Glossary. A factual story of life in an East African hospital during the 1940s, when Tanzania was called Tanganyika. During wartime before penicillan, with scant supplies, nothing was disposable, and ingenuity could save the day. Foundations were laid in medical and nursing training, preventive and community health, and in simple pathology (from prologue). The story opens with the observed track and smell of a lion.
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