Willowbrook State School

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An extended-care facility on Staten Island, in which a group of mentally-disabled children were intentionally inoculated, orally and by injection, with HBV, then monitored to gauge the effects of gamma globulin in combating it; the case led to the Willowbrook Consent doctrine (1972), that ruled that the mentally disabled have a right to protection from harm
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He immediately returned to the states in 1944 where he spent over a year recovering from his wound at Halloran General Hospital, Staten Island, NY.
In 1946, paralyzed veterans were forming what eventually evolved into one national organization--known today as the Paralyzed Veterans of America--with chapters in SCI centers in the Birmingham VA, the Bronx VA, East Halloran General Hospital (Staten Island, N.Y.), Saint Albans Naval Hospital (Long Island, N.Y.), HinesVA Hospital (Chicago area), McGuire VA Hospital (Richmond, Va.), Kennedy (Memphis), and Cushing (Framington, Mass.).
A Paralyzed Veterans Association was started at Birmingham General Hospital in Van Nuys, Calif., and the East Halloran General Hospital organized a chapter.
The magazine reported similar groups had formed at Birmingham General Hospital (Van Nuys, Calif.), East Halloran General Hospital (Staten Island, N.Y.), and St.
The magazine reported that similar groups had formed at Birmingham General Hospital (Van Nuys, Calif.), East Halloran General Hospital (Staten Island, N.Y.), and Saint Albans Navy Hospital (Long Island, N.Y.).