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Miscellany.

Miscellany. an of now in to necessary suppress epidemic smallpox existing that and the place surrounding county. Asst.-Surgeons B. H. and B. Moore, Farle, J. Dunlop Lloyd malaria were Malaria with Serotherapy.—Fifty patients returned on 28 from Dutch Harbor November and Nome, horses treated in 1891) with serum from with the early have on where been the Alaska, they season, duty during past a local and the malarial infection was "'Sterbe," epizootic, and have been to at Port Townsend assigned duty respectively cured. None of have since contracted the promptly patients Astoria and Francisco San quarantine, quarantine quarantine. of their were affected while the infection, many neighbors ALUM AND BACTERIAL GROWTH. attained Dr. the season. These results were by during rainy At the of committee of the Medical of the request a German staff at in German Society Groot Fontein, Kuhn, physician District of of which Dr. Samuel C. is chair¬ Columbia, have confirmed the cura¬ Busey Africa. Other Southwest experiences the of the Service man, has and Dr. Kuhn surgeon-general Marine-Hospital and value of this tive preventive serotherapy directed that the of service shall in¬ with his hygienic that is on home to the authorities laboratory now his way http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Miscellany.

JAMA , Volume XXXV (23) – Dec 8, 1900

Miscellany.

Abstract

an of now in to necessary suppress epidemic smallpox existing that and the place surrounding county. Asst.-Surgeons B. H. and B. Moore, Farle, J. Dunlop Lloyd malaria were Malaria with Serotherapy.—Fifty patients returned on 28 from Dutch Harbor November and Nome, horses treated in 1891) with serum from with the early have on where been the Alaska, they season, duty during past a local and the malarial infection was "'Sterbe," epizootic, and have been to at Port Townsend...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1900 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1900.02460490053022
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Abstract

an of now in to necessary suppress epidemic smallpox existing that and the place surrounding county. Asst.-Surgeons B. H. and B. Moore, Farle, J. Dunlop Lloyd malaria were Malaria with Serotherapy.—Fifty patients returned on 28 from Dutch Harbor November and Nome, horses treated in 1891) with serum from with the early have on where been the Alaska, they season, duty during past a local and the malarial infection was "'Sterbe," epizootic, and have been to at Port Townsend assigned duty respectively cured. None of have since contracted the promptly patients Astoria and Francisco San quarantine, quarantine quarantine. of their were affected while the infection, many neighbors ALUM AND BACTERIAL GROWTH. attained Dr. the season. These results were by during rainy At the of committee of the Medical of the request a German staff at in German Society Groot Fontein, Kuhn, physician District of of which Dr. Samuel C. is chair¬ Columbia, have confirmed the cura¬ Busey Africa. Other Southwest experiences the of the Service man, has and Dr. Kuhn surgeon-general Marine-Hospital and value of this tive preventive serotherapy directed that the of service shall in¬ with his hygienic that is on home to the authorities laboratory now his way

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Published: Dec 8, 1900

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