Caption from "Indiana University School of Medicine Review": A new Prostate Palpation Simulator is the object of attention for (from left) Dr. A. David Beck, associate professor of urology; James Beckstein, hospital representative from Merrell-National Laboratories; Dr. John P. Donahue, chairman and professor of urology, and Dr. James E. Carter, associate dean for student affairs. Dr. Beck was responsible for designing the simulator, one of which now resides with every approved urology residency program in the country. More than 50 requests from Europe, Mexico and south America have been received for the new teaching aid. The World Health Organization also is using the model for a clinical exhibit in Switzerland."Indiana University School of Medicine Review," v. 3, no. 1 (Jan. 1973), p. 4.
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