Reference numberMS/929/1/246
TitleLetter from an unknown author, France, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date24 June 1917
DescriptionWrites of that the trouble in France with the lack of trained radiologists is owing to a belief that trained experts are unnecessary, and the job can be undertaken by general medical men. Expresses hope that he will be moved to a CCS [casualty clearing stations] soon, as it is within these that x-rays are most urgently needed.

[This letter is accompanied by a print out on the meaning of CCSs.]
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