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How do certain tuberculosis sanatoria meet the needs of their patients through their rehabilitation programs?

The objectives of this study were (1) to compare a sampling of existing educational programs within tuberculosis hospitals and sanatoria in order (2) to find ways of improving curriculum for a five hundred bed institution such as the Weimar Joint Sanatorium, and (3) to find the most acceptable type of organization for the successful use of this curriculum.



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