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Any way - we're poor



Any way - we're poor



Nursing Standard 1987) 7(41): 48-48



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">Back in the 'good old days', life for nursing students was simple as regards money. Most were employees and earned a salary and if you were a degree student, you were entitled to a grant, plus or minus certain Social Security benefits. It was simple - you either had the money, or you didn't.

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