In his latest essay — presumably ghost-written for him by H. L. Mencken — Dr. Leonard K. Hirshberg of Johns Hopkins reports on early successes in the creation and transplantation of artificial hip joints — and of the possibility that similar techniques may provide a solution to pain and mobility limitations posed by defects in other body parts. Faster, please.
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