"The Nation's Doctor." United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General. 02:03:14:22 to 02:03:42:22
on DigiBeta tape.
The Nation's Doctor (May 1989)
c The Procter & Gamble Company. Used by permission.
[Koop reflects on the controversy over his confirmation as U.S. Surgeon General] (May 1989)
[Koop recites his major accomplishments as U.S. Surgeon General] (May 1989)
[C. Everett Koop stresses his role in making domestic violence a public health issue] (May 1989)
[Koop assesses his contributions to the development of pediatric surgery] (May 1989)
I guess the greatest frustration in government is lack of communication with other segments of government that you really
think you should be sitting down talking to. It seems silly for health people to be attacking the problems of smoking with
their very best effort at the same time that agriculture is seeking a safe cigarette and paying price supports for tobacco.