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TEXAS FARM BUREAU

... as animal health, farm-to market roads, agricultural research and education, and feed, seed, and insecticide laws. But the TFB ... many other services to its membership. In 1944 the first medical insurance program began. Two years later, combining with other southern ...

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SMITH, ALLEN JOHN

... (1886) degrees from Gettysburg College, as well as a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania (1886). After postgraduate ... mostly a teacher and administrator, Smith did some research in Galveston. He and Marie Charlotte Schaefer demonstrated that ...

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SAN ANTONIO STATE CHEST HOSPITAL

... and libraries were added for the patients and for medical staff research. In 1971 physical and inhalation therapy departments experienced ... and provides twenty-four-hour, cost effective, quality medical care to residents of the State of Texas. It further aids the community ...

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PUBLIC HEALTH

... 1777. Indians and early settlers of the province received medical care from Spanish missionaries. Each Texas mission had a hospital and a ... to provide health services to the public. Universities and research centers conduct the medical research necessary to develop improved ...

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NURSING EDUCATION

... In 1896 the school was subsumed by the University of Texas Medical Branch and became financially dependent on it. Training schools opened ... relieve the shortage of nurses, Mildred Montag undertook a research project at Teachers College, Columbia University, to educate nurses in ...

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BERTNER, ERNST WILLIAM

... medicine rather than pharmacy, and in 1911 he received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch. He then traveled to ... of Texas brought the M. D. Anderson Hospital for Cancer Research to Houston; the university regents appointed Bertner acting director ...

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CARTER, WILLIAM SPENCER

... WILLIAM SPENCER (1869–1944). William S. Carter, medical college teacher and administrator, was born in Still Valley, Warren ... Galveston, in 1897. He established one of the earliest research and teaching laboratories in physiology in the South, taught hygiene ...

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MENTAL HEALTH

... insane." He decried the absence of "a pathological lab or medical department" at the State Asylum in the late 1890s. The most significant ... in 1958. A residency program begun in 1977 at the Texas Research Institute for Mental Sciences (now the University of Texas Mental ...

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT FORT WORTH

... Physicians and Surgeons (now the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association qv ) conceived the idea of establishing an osteopathic ... State University, TCOM committed itself to developing its research faculty and programs. Despite osteopathic medicine's traditional ...

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SHARP, WILLIAM BARNARD

... from the University of the South (1910), an M.D. from Rush Medical College in Chicago (1914), and an M.A. (1914) and Ph.D. (1922) from the ... tropical medicine, and fungi. He was the author of many research articles and several books, including Foundation of Health: A Manual ...

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