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Meet the new breed of guinea pig

Norwalk, CT : United States Surgical Corp., 199-

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 49 x 31 cm.

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Predominantly white poster with black lettering. Visual image is a b&w photo reproduction featuring the face of a female toddler. Title below photo. Lengthy caption below title explains U.S. Surgical's position on the use of animals while training surgeons, apparently in response to criticism from animal rights groups. The company states that to practice on living tissue, there are no medically acceptable alternatives to animal use. Publisher information near lower right corner.

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<p>Predominantly white poster with black lettering.  Visual image is a b&w photo reproduction featuring the face of a female toddler.  Title below photo.  Lengthy caption below title explains U.S. Surgical's position on the use of animals while training surgeons, apparently in response to criticism from animal rights groups.  The company states that to practice on living tissue, there are no medically acceptable alternatives to animal use.  Publisher information near lower right corner.</p>
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Meet the new breed of guinea pig

Norwalk, CT : United States Surgical Corp., 199-

<p>Predominantly white poster with black lettering.  Visual image is a b&w photo reproduction featuring the face of a female toddler.  Title below photo.  Lengthy caption below title explains U.S. Surgical's position on the use of animals while training surgeons, apparently in response to criticism from animal rights groups.  The company states that to practice on living tissue, there are no medically acceptable alternatives to animal use.  Publisher information near lower right corner.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : b&w ; 49 x 31 cm.

ABSTRACT

Predominantly white poster with black lettering. Visual image is a b&w photo reproduction featuring the face of a female toddler. Title below photo. Lengthy caption below title explains U.S. Surgical's position on the use of animals while training surgeons, apparently in response to criticism from animal rights groups. The company states that to practice on living tissue, there are no medically acceptable alternatives to animal use. Publisher information near lower right corner.

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