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the Hospital Corps were better understood there would be fewer applications for this service on the part of profes¬ sional men. The general impression prevails that the duties of the members of the Hospital Corps are less onerous than those of the private eoldier of the line. It is difficult to conceive how such an idea could have originated. It is also understood that the non-combatant soldier is exposed to less risk of life than his comrade of the line, when the fact is ap¬ parent that indoi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450020038014 fatcat:gv626npvujdx7p2bf3p32ispiq