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The special advisory committee appointed by the Surgeon General of the United States Public Health Service to determine whether or not there is a public health hazard involved in the manufacture and use of tetra-ethyl lead gasoline has made public its report, which shows that "there are...
One of the debated questions in immunology is the relation of acquired hypersusceptibility to acquired immunity. Is hypersusceptibility an expression of an incompletely developed immunity, being possibly even a necessary integral part of the immunity mechanism? Or are the two processes...
A Rare Medical Book
In the earthquake in Tokyo in 1923, a rare Dutch medical book, Kulm's "Tabula Anatomica," was destroyed. The old volume was the property of Prof. Dr. Matao Nagayo, director and professor in the Tokyo Imperial University. Nearly 150 years ago, in...
In a series of papers published between 1911 and 1916, Rous1 and his associates described a group of transplantable sarcomas of the chicken which could be transmitted from fowl to fowl by means of a cell free filtrate. The nature of these agents was not determined, but the natural...
Amplified portions dealing with etiology, experimental research, carcinoma and endothelioma and thirty-three new illustrations are in this edition. The ending "ata" has been retained for names of tumors, notwithstanding the increasingly prevalent use of English plurals. In the plain, but...
Who can visualize or define the physician and the patient of the future? Human progress has always been associated with epoch making discoveries, and medicine, with other sciences, has blazed an enviable trail along the pathway of the ages. The marvelous achievements of the men of...
To the Editor:
—In the Paris letter (The Journal, Sept. 12, 1925, p. 838) there was a report of investigations by Negre in the French Tarn district on mass cancer incidence near bakeries and other places where rats abound. The matter constitutes apparently further...
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