William H. Tooley, M.D., FAAP, of San Francisco died June 17, after a long illness.

A gifted researcher, Dr. Tooley's professional career was devoted to the study of cardiovascular and pulmonary functions of the fetus and newborn infant. His investigations, which he reported in more than 100 articles, led to a better understanding of lung development, control of breathing, respiratory distress of the newborn and circulatory adjustments at birth.

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