"How Blood is Drawn for Syphilis Test"
photo size: 7" x 9"
July 23, 1937
Photographer Charles Krutch
Many of his photographs were included in an exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in NY
This is one in a series of pictures approved by the U.S. Public Health Service covering the treatment of Syphilis.
New York, July 23---The Physician cannot be sure of his diagnosis simply by looking at the patient. Syphilis, "the great imitator" mocks the symptoms of other diseases and may appear externally in very mild form. But syphilis is an internal disease-not a skin disease. From a vein the physician draws a bit of blood for analysis at the laboratory.
Associated Press Photo
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