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In the abstract of the paper by J. T. Fox, published in the Lancet2:589 (Sept. 17) 1927 (The Journal, November 26, p. 1908), entitled "Phenobarbital Sodium in Epilepsy," the dosage of the drug is said to have varied from 1 to 3 Gm. This should read "from 1 to 2 grains." Further, "the...
—The list of articles printed in The Journal, December 3, page 1998, as having appeared in the British Medical Journal of September 24 should have ended with "Congenital Tumor of Breast. C. N. Twining.—p. 550." The articles beginning with "Relation of Municipalities to Voluntary...
While the disease caused by this parasite is confined to limited regions in the Orient, much attention here has been attracted to the subject within recent years by virtue of the rulings of American public health officials. Therefore the exhaustive treatment given the topic by the...
The Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives turned a deaf ear to the medical profession's appeal1 for relief from discrimination with respect to the deduction of traveling expenses. Chemists,2 ministers3 and others4 may, in computing their federal income taxes, deduct...
A Blood Transfusion Service
The British Red Cross Society has just issued a report on its remarkable transfusion service, which from a small beginning in 1921 has developed rapidly. Its origin was a request to the Camberwell (London borough) division of the society...
—In an article by Dr. Leonard G. Rowntree, published in The Journal, November 5, page 1592, the opening words in the last paragraph on the page should have read "As alcoholic cirrhosis represents the portal or Laënnec form of cirrhosis and is most familiar to the profession," instead...
Trypanosomiasis in the Congo Region
In an article on the state of health in the Congo colony, Dr. Rodhain gives an account of the results of the crusade against trypanosomiasis, for this is still the disease that affects most seriously the sanitary situation in the...
THE MINNEAPOLIS SESSION
Exhibit by Section on Dermatology and Syphilology in the Scientific Exhibit
The Section on Dermatology and Syphilology has appointed the following as members of the Committee on Section Exhibit: C. W. Finnerud, Chicago; F. J....
Since the discovery that various chemical products have the power to produce unconsciousness or to allay the pangs of pain, a vast amount of agony and misery has been prevented. Debaters may well argue as to whether or not these innovations have done more for the human race than was...
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