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"Nursing is assuming an increasingly important role in the world today. As nations all over the world develop, they place greater and greater emphasis on training their own people to give good nursing care. To aid them in their programs, many developing nations are asking the Peace Corps to send Volunteer nurses. Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver has made a special point of encouraging nurses, both recent graduates and experienced nurses, to help fulfill these requests." -- [p.1]
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Division of Recruiting, Peace Corps and Peace Corps, "Nurses in the Peace Corps" (1965). Miscellaneous/Other Documents. 18.