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Photograph of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study clinical Group. US government material.
Some of the Tuskegee Study Group clinicians. The third figure to the right is Dr. Reginald D. James, a black physician involved with public health work in Macon County, not directly involved in the study. Nurse Rivers is on the left.
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