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Young nurses assist during an appendectomy in 1942. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division.

Nurse training. Young nurses assist at an appendectomy. This is part of the training with which every student nurse must be thoroughly conversant before she completes her training. With enough students to do this type of hospital work, graduate nurses can be released for duty with the armed forces

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