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At the London Congress on Tuberculosis in 1901 Koch asserted that bovine tubercle bacilli are virtually nonpathogenic for man and that measures to protect human populations against tuberculosis of bovine origin are unnecessary. Following repeated demonstrations by other investigators of...
Dr. Hubert S. Houston has resigned as tuberculosis physician at the Kilby Prison Hospital, Montgomery, to devote full time to his duties as resident physician at the Montgomery Tuberculosis Sanatorium....
MEDICAL CARE IN A NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM
A. THE NEEDS
A large portion of the population receives insufficient and inadequate medical care, chiefly because persons are unable to pay the costs of services on an individual payment basis when...
The present volume, written in commemoration of a century of service, is a history of the Butler Hospital, Providence, R. I., from the time of its establishment in 1844. The history is written in three parts dealing with the physical and administrative development, the medical service...
The Oxford investigators Abraham, Florey and their associates1 were the first to call attention to the fact that penicillin in high dilution possesses strong antibacterial action on cultures of Neisseria gonorrhoeae. They also described a case of an infant afflicted with Staphylococcus...
In this monograph Dr. Dandy presents his surgical experience with 64 intracranial aneurysms and a study of the records in 44 other cases in which the lesions were disclosed at necropsy. The pertinent data in 108 cases are presented in the detailed charts appended at the back of the book....
This is a singularly fine example of popular scientific writing. The nature and properties of the electron are explained, starting from first principles. Electronic phenomena in nature are described with lucidity. The basic experimental studies and types of apparatus underlying the...
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