EMMET F. PEARSON
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The internment of Americans and allied national civilians in the Philippine Islands for 37 months by the Japanese in Internment Camp No. 1 at Santo Tomas University, Manila, and two auxiliary camps, No. 2 at Los Banos and No. 3 at Baguio, was an experience unique in American history. A narrative account of the health, morbidity and mortality of the civilian internees is a story which is, on the one hand, a high tribute to the internees themselves and the medical care that they received, and, on the other hand, an indictment of their Japanese captors. These civilian internee camps
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PEARSON EF. MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN SANTO TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP(MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN SANTO TOMAS INTERNMENT CAMP*). Ann Intern Med. 1946;24:988–1013. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-24-6-988
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1946;24(6):988-1013.
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