A woman goes for cancer diagnosis to a clinic and then gets back home in the United States.
United States USA Date:1940 Duration:3 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
An awareness film about cancer by U.S. Public Health Service, United States. Dramatization shows a woman's experience with cancer. A woman named Mrs. Brown sits at the clinic of her family doctor and asks him if she is suffering from cancer? And says that she is now ready for examination after attending the talk in the club. The doctor says that it can be confirmed only after diagnosis. Mrs. Brown lying in an operation theater. Nurse wears her cap. Surgeon gets ready for surgery. Technician in laboratory looks through a microscope. Technician work on frozen tissues, he stains, washes and mounts it on slide. Surgeons work in an operation room. Mrs Brown and her husband climb down the stairs, she hugs her kids. They all come home. Mrs Brown enlist herself to Women's Field Army. Director of American Society for the Control of Cancer Clarence C. Little talks about resolution against cancer.
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