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The observations of Stokes, Bauer and Hudson1 that Macacus rhesus can be easily inoculated with the virus of yellow fever in Africa and that this disease is not due to Leptospira icteroides Noguchi, have stimulated renewed interest in research on yellow fever in America, where most of...
—The obituary of the late Dr. Abner H. Shaffer, Huntington, Ind., published February 2, stated that he was a Confederate Veteran. Dr. Shaffer served during the Civil War with the Seventy-Fifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
Dr. Souza Araujo read a paper before the Society of Medicine and Surgery reporting his experiments in the Instituto Oswaldo Cruz on cultures of Mycobacterium leprae. He described a new species of Actinomyces, which he isolated from a leproma and...
The Journal published during the year 1928 the obituaries of 2,792 physicians of the United States, including eight who resided in China, Syria, Switzerland and Mexico; in addition, there were 111 Canadian obituaries, making the total number published 2,903. There were seventy-six women...
In most of the civilized countries of the world, mortality is slowly approaching an irreducible minimum. In the state of New York, for example, the death rate in 1927 was 12.3; in 1890 the rate was 21.4, the highest since 1885, when the vital statistics of the state were first compiled....
Some of the author's first published results from working with the dermatologist Bruno Bloch of Zurich, in 1918, appeared in the British Journal of Dermatology and Syphilis in 1920, and in this monograph they are elaborated. They all deal with the method which bears Bloch's name of...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for this department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
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