Shigeko Sasamori, a "Hiroshima Maiden" who survived the dropping of the atomic bomb during WWII, discusses her disfigurement, how Mr. Norman Cousins brought her and twenty five other young women to the U.S. in 1955 for plastic surgery, and on her current life as a nurse and an ambassador. Talk delivered at the Physicians for Social Responsibility conference at UCLA, year unknown (ca. 1980).
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