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|Title:||The Order of St. John and its role in modern medicine|
Fenech, Frederick F.
|Keywords:||Knights of Malta -- History|
Hospitals -- Malta -- History
Medicine -- Malta -- History
History of medicine -- Malta
|Citation:||Clinical pediatrics. 1969, Vol. 8(1), p. 54-56|
|Abstract:||The Order of the Knights of St. John has changed during the course of six centuries from a military as well as a medical Order into a sovereign, effectual health agency of world-wide scope. Its interests encompass every field of medicine and human welfare; its care is always generous, almost always given free and is rendered solely pro utilitate hominum. A survey of the past history of this selfless Order is given in Clinical Pediatrics 6: 728, 1967. Here is a brief summary of current activities.|
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