The Medical Age, Volume 2

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George S. Davis, 1884

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Page 371 - Committee, and of four other members, to be elected by the General Committee. The duties of the Executive Committee shall be to carry out the directions of the General Committee ; to...
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Page 299 - By MORELL MACKENZIE, MD, Senior Physician to the Hospital for Diseases of the Chest and Throat, Lecturer on Diseases of the Throat at London Hospital Medical College, etc.
Page 341 - The removal of local unsanitary conditions favorable to the development of cholera is the especial work of State and Local Boards of Health. Much has been done already in some States, but much remains which should receive immediate attention. Where it can be done, State Sanitary Inspectors should be appointed to visit all towns and cities specially liable to the disease, to counsel with the local authorities as to the best methods of prevention. This work should be vigorously prosecuted before the...
Page 245 - Therefore, bearing in mind the old proverb that " an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure," it is none too soon to begin to think seriously of sanitary improvements.
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