volume 2, issue 5, P75-82 1964
DOI: 10.1016/s0001-2092(08)70455-1
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Abstract: When Mrs. Margaret McJohnston Sigurdsson heard about the surgical teams beirig sent by the L'. S. Public Health Service and the Agency for International Development to assist the civilian people of South Vietnam, she immediately volunteered to go. Her application was accepted, she was commissioned as a Nurse Officer in the PHS, and after orientation in Washington and in Saigon, she was sent to Nha Trang, o n the seacoast 250 miles northeast of Saigon. Her daughter. Bonilyn, now 18, went with her. Mrs. Sigurds…

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