1The investigations forming the basis of this presentation were conducted under the auspices of the Commission on Acute Respiratory Diseases, Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, and were supported in part by the Office of The Surgeon-General, Department of the Army, and by grants from the Brush Foundation, the Robert Hamilton Bishop, Jr., Endowment Fund, Mr. Philip R. Mather, and the Republic Steel Corporation.
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