Against All Odds

Art Miller, Raymond H. Woolsey (Editor)
Helen Morton was a winner against all odds. Her pluck and determination helped her overcome a series of debilitating diseases, including polio. After teaching school, she studied medicine and opened a practice as a pediatrician, helping mostly the poorer classes in Richmond, Virginia. Following retirement from the health service of a California college she volunteered as a medical missionary to the mountain people of Thailand. Art Miller has done most of his writing in the field of medicine. He retired as chief of surgery at a Veterans Administration Hospital in Oregon, at which time he, too, went into volunteer medical missionary service. He served among the Cambodian refugees on the Thai border, where he began to gather the material for Against All Odds.

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