Leprosy victim Allan Connolly is finally pronounced healthy and fit to resume a productive life in normal society, but he and his wife are unprepared for the rejection and irrational fear evinced by their friends and neighbors.
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Dr. Konrad Styner
Our actual case history tonight concerns an affliction that has inspired dread among the human race for six thousand years. The object in point, a military citation awarded for valor at Anzio, Italy, 1944. Case in point, the recipient of that citation, Allan Connolly. Born August 17, 1919 to missionary parents in the Philippine Islands, where he spent his childhood years. In 1933, he moved to the United States with his parents. He died April 3, 1951. He returned to the living May 12, 1955.