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Image of the Week: Sea Breeze Jr.

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Since pediatrics is the theme of the new issue of Stanford Medicine magazine, I have selected an historical image from the Library of Congress on the same subject. This photo was taken sometime between 1910 and 1915 and, presumably, the child was oustide as a treatment for tuberculosis (fresh air was then thought to be a treatment). The photo is titled "Nurse & patient Sea Breeze Jr."

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