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William C. Menke Poses With Computer, March 1969

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Ann Arbor News, March 2, 1969
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William C. Menke, vice president of Ann Arbor's Preventicare Systems Inc., poses with computer which greatly reduces time and cost of medical examinations. Menke told the Ann Arbor Exchange Club how automation in medicine could save business firms millions of dollars in lost man-hours through chronic illness as well as how it could aid patients in general. Multiphasic screening requires 15 steps.

Pill Machine At University Hospital, May 1957

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Ann Arbor News, May 17, 1957
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PILL MACHINE: This pill machine, one of the first of its kind, will be on display at University Hospital Sunday. The machine kicks out thousands of pills a day. The operator, showing a handful of pills, is John Lucasse.

Kiwanis Club To Sponsor Series of Medical Forums at Rackham, February 1954

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Ann Arbor News, February 17, 1954
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Making Plans For Medical Forum ~ Member of the Kiwanis Club's committee on the series of free Medical Forums to start next Tuesday night at the Rackham Building look over literature on the programs. John W. Rae (left), chairman of the committee, holds one of the posters, advertising the forums. Others, left to right, are: John B. Stegner, David Wiest, Dr. Morley Beckett and Gilbert Lee.

Careers converge in vaccine for polio

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Polio Pioneers made history

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Victory Against Polio

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Kellogg letter, 1872

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