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1 T. B., once the nation's leading killer, is making a comeback.
Public Relations News Release 1991:23, p.1
9/2/1991 Tuberculosis cases are reaching epidemic levels in some cities.
2 Summer students asked to receive their TB tests
College Eye 47:35, p.1
3 TB skin test
College Eye 47:15, p.8
1/20/1956 All students must be tested.
4 Health center announcement
College Eye 47:2, p.1
9/16/1955 Students required to take skin test.
5 Next week is deadline for required TB tests
College Eye 46:38, p.1
6 New students to have skin tests
College Eye 46:36, p.1
7 Hey, you guys! Get your shots
College Eye 46:12, p.5
8 Had your shot yet?
College Eye 46:8, p.3
9 Have you had a shot in the arm?
College Eye 46:6, p.3
10/15/1954 Students need to get shot and skin tests.
10 Health service gives shots now
College Eye 46:4, p.1
10/1/1954 Vaccinations for smallpox and skin tests for tuberculosis offered.
11 Request all students to get TB skin test
College Eye 45:37, p.3
12 New students to report for Tuberculosis test
College Eye 45:35, p.3
13 75 students need TB tests completed--Giffin
College Eye 39:13, p.6
14 X-ray 381 at Teachers in anti-T. B. drive
College Eye 38:43, p.4
8/15/1947 Many faculty and staff have chest X-rays.
15 X-ray lab visits campus; will examine all employees in T. B. drive
College Eye 38:42, p.1
8/8/1947 Employees may voluntarily participate in program.
16 Begin campaign to sell Xmas seals
College Eye 38:13, p.2
12/13/1946 Everyone will receive personal invitation to contribute.
17 Sale of seals to start next week
College Eye 38:12, p.1
12/6/1946 Torch and Tassel will sponsor sale of Christmas Seals.
18 Fight tuberculosis---buy Xmas seals
College Eye 38:11, p.2
19 Seal sale nets $200; donations will fight tuberculosis in Iowa
College Eye 37:18, p.3
20 Cooperation needed to kill tuberculosis, says Dr. Max Durfee
College Eye 37:13, p.2
12/7/1945 Dr. Durfee comments on the need for examinations and education.
21 Let's fight tuberculosis
College Eye 37:12, p.2
11/30/1945 Urges support for Christmas Seals campaign.
22 Christmas Seal sale sponsored on campus by Torch and Tassel
College Eye 37:11, p.3
11/16/1945 Dr. Durfee is county chair.
23 Myrtle E. Haase
Alumnus 29:3, p.21
7/1/1945 Is educational director at the Muirdale Sanatorium at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an institution devoted to the treatment of tuberculosis. She devotes most of her time to the instruction of Cadel Nurses. She was at South View Hospital, Milwaukee.
24 Guard against tuberculosis
Alumnus 29:1, p.2
1/1/1945 Speaker discusses disease at assembly.
25 Seals wage battle against T. B.
College Eye 36:12, p.2
12/1/1944 Urges people to purchase Christmas Seals.
26 T. B. germ makes no exception, Dr. Lyght tells college assembly
College Eye 36:9, p.3
11/3/1944 Charles E. Lyght addresses assembly.
27 National tuberculosis head to address assembly Oct. 31
College Eye 36:7, p.1
10/20/1944 Charles E. Lyght will speak; photo.
28 Six weeks students report to Dr. Durfee
College Eye 35:37, p.2
7/7/1944 For tuberculosis testing and diphtheria immunization.
29 Tuberculosis seal sale satisfactory
College Eye 35:16, p.3
1/14/1944 Total receipts were $180.
30 Caution necessary to prevent tuberculosis
College Eye 35:9, p.5
11/5/1943 Urges testing and prevention.
31 Durfee urges health tests for students
College Eye 34:34, p.4
6/25/1943 For mandatory tuberculosis test.
32 Gnawing at America's productive power
De Kruif--Paul (Student--1942)
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Buying Christmas seals will fund the fight against tuberculosis.
33 Student Council urges sale of Christmas seals
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 Christmas seals will be used to raise money for the research and cure of tuberculosis.
34 Notice
College Eye 34:7, p.1
10/23/1942 Students must take tuberculosis test.
35 'Battle of Needles' strikes students at health center
College Eye 33:38, p.2
7/3/1942 Health Services administers tuberculosis inoculations.
36 X-ray machine ready for 'positive' students
College Eye 33:38, p.3
37 Lawrence Dennis
Alumnus 25:2, p.33
4/1/1941 Is now a visual education field representative and publicity writer for the Iowa Tuberculosis Association, with headquarters in Des Moines. He also served as correspondent for the Des Moines Register.
38 Dr. Durfee urges students to have free vaccinations
College Eye 31:42, p.2
8/9/1940 Many summer students take advantage of the service; tally of tests performed this summer.
39 Notice!
College Eye 31:40, p.1
7/26/1940 Students must report for tests and inoculations.
40 Tuberculosis is topic of program
College Eye 31:36, p.1
6/21/1940 C. W. Kammeier will speak.
41 Tuberculosis topic of convocation
College Eye 31:35, p.1
6/14/1940 C. W. Kammeier will speak.
42 Seniors offered health check-up
College Eye 31:28, p.4
4/19/1940 Will include blood test, tuberculosis test, and vaccinations.
43 Twenty percent of freshmen are reactors to T. B.
College Eye 26:19, p.3
11/2/1934 Indicates contact with tuberculosis.
44 Christmas Seals on sale Dec. 1; proceeds to be used for promoting public health
College Eye 25:22, p.1
11/24/1933 To be used for prevention and treatment of tuberculosis.
45 Edward Clock is ill at Iowa City hospital
College Eye 23:34, p.3
3/18/1932 Being tested for tuberculosis.
46 Rath goes to annual health convention at Des Moines
College Eye 22:21, p.1
2/27/1931 Will attend tuberculosis meeting.
47 "Aw, rats," says Rath as he works on his doctor's thesis; pink-white rats are victims of the professor's experiments
College Eye 22:17, p.2
1/30/1931 Doing work on tuberculosis.
48 Chemistry Seminar to view industrial movie
College Eye 22:17, p.2
1/30/1931 Several students give reports at recent meeting.
49 Mrs. Leo Anderson
College Eye 18:37, p.3
4/6/1927 Mrs. Leo Anderson, the former Shirley Wild, is recovering from tuberculosis.
50 Seal sale drive begins this month; twenty-five million seals distributed in Iowa
College Eye 18:18, p.1
11/10/1926 To fight tuberculosis.


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