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Additions to therapy developed in recent years have made necessary the revision of this volume, first published in 1924. In his preface the author calls attention to the advances that have been made, including descriptions of the Minot-Murphy diet in pernicious anemia, of scarlet fever...
In 1926 the San Diego Academy of Medicine established a lecture course, planned to keep the general practitioners abreast of recent advances in the fundamental medical sciences. It is doubtful whether any better series could have been planned than is represented in the book by Dr....
Plague and Climate in India
In a paper published by the Royal Society based on the statistics of thirty years, meteorological records, and the work of many commissions and individual investigators, Sir Leonard Rogers has shown that the susceptibility of fleas to...
In any discussion of general anemia problems it should be emphasized that the causes of anemia, whether human or experimental, are various and that different animals may differ with one another and with human beings in reaction to a given substance or diet factor. There is a tendency to...
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