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Hermann M. Biggs was recognized at the time of his death as one of the greatest leaders that the world has known in the field of preventive medicine. His name is inscribed with those of twenty other sanitarians, physicians and men of science on the new building of the London School of...
Child Welfare Training Essential for Maternity Nurses in Queensland
It has long been realized that a serious weakness in the child welfare movement lay in the faulty training of the new-born babe during the neonatal period. During this critical time the maternity...
Health Conditions in Germany
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The variations in the infant mortality rates as reflected in the municipalities of different size are given in table 1.
The mortality of illegitimate infants has, in recent years,...
To the Editor:
—When women consult their physicians the moment they experience a new sensation in the breast, or feel something there that they have not felt before, or see something unusual about the appearance of the nipple, the incidence of cancer will be found to...
This book reflects the serologic technic employed in the Serotherapeutic Institute in Milan. It is essentially a collection of well established tests, nicely illustrated and succinctly stated. It is a practical laboratory guide.
Radiology in the Study of Tuberculosis
Dr. Manoel de Abreu, in an address delivered recently before the National Academy of Medicine, discussed the usefulness of radiology in the study of tuberculosis. In establishing the diagnosis and prognosis, as well as in...
This publication is a description of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tenn. There are sixteen articles in all. The first report deals with the history and general description of the school of medicine. A separate report is devoted to each of the departments, including...
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