Typhus, Chopsticks, and Filial Piety

Typhus, Chopsticks, and Filial Piety
Lawrence A Dworkin, MD; Harry Dworkin, MD

Summer 2006 - Volume 10 Number 2

When my father died in March 2004, one of my tasks was sorting through his old papers and photos. I knew he was a physician in the Army Medical Corp in WWII, serving in the China-India-Burma Theater, where he ran a field hospital caring for American soldiers and their Chinese allies. I found the following report scrawled on dog-eared sheets of paper now yellow with age.

 

 

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