Fiction | March 01, 1978

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You must see Helen Ward in her moment.  It is that moment of blood and decision which makes her years of achievement, alas — which makes visible the ghastly halo she wears through her continuing service.  She goes on, Helen, doing what she was trained to do.  We are told she is one of the most respected pediatricians in Albany.

 

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