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December 12, 1931

Steps in the Dark.

JAMA. 1931;97(24):1824. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730240074036

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Abstract

This volume includes a series of sketches for the popularizing of knowledge concerning science. Among the subjects of medical interest are the researches of Falk on influenza, of Luckhardt on ethylene, of Maud Slye on cancer, of Carlson on hunger and of Jacobson on relaxation. The first and the last of these are hardly sufficiently established or sufficiently significant to warrant the type of consideration that is given them. The interest of the other essays given in the book is of general scientific rather than of medical importance.

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