Measures for testing of Syphilis taken by state health department in Brunswick and other parts of Georgia, United States.
United States USA Date:1938 Duration:8 min 50 sec Sound:Yes
An awareness film about Syphilis by United States Public Health Service, United States. Building of Health department headquarters at Brunswick. Mobile van parked outside the building. Technician diagnose serum in the laboratory. Syphilis germs under a microscope. Name plate over door reads 'State department of public health'. Blood test performed. Technician pours chemical in test tubes. It shows negative and positive signs of Syphilis. Two nurses doing double check. Tube containing milky and transparent content. Tubes with negative and positive samples of Syphilis. Two women sit. Follow up workers doing house to house survey. He asks question from women. Man lectures midwifes in a class. Nurse demonstrate blood test. Grocery man gives pamphlet of 'Free Test' with goods. Woman hangs a sign board. People see the notice. Man work at trees. Nurse takes blood sample in turpentine woods. Man takes sample at pier and in country dance hall. People sit at the `church. Man addresses people in church. Blood test at church. Mobile clinic goes. People walk in woods. Ox cart driven in woods. Women walk towards a mobile clinic. Nurses work in the clinic.
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