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Healthcare Administration: Websites

Healthcare administration research guide original

Healthcare Administration Research Websites

National Institutes of Health

Forerunner of the National institutes of Health - National Cancer Institute

Two males in the Marine Hospital in the village of Stapleton on Staten Island, New York, the birthplace of the National Institutes of Health. There in 1887, 27-year-old Dr. Joseph Kinyoun set up his one-person laboratory of hygiene to research cholera and other communicable diseases such as diphtheria, typhoid, small pox, typhus, and tuberculosis.      Image in public domain:   AV-1887-3229 Date created: 1887