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Red Medicine: The West Looks at the Soviet Experiment in the 1930s
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Moscow workers discuss production. Leningrad Institute for the Protection of Motherhood and Childhood.
Red Medicine: Socialized Health in Soviet Russia
Photographs by John A. Kingsbury In a Moscow creche. Photograph by Soviet Photo Agency Dr. Pavlov's Laboratory, Leningrad.
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Photograph by John A. Kingsbury Compulsory vaccination on collective farm in Turkmenistan. Cardiac patients near Borzhom, Georgia.
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