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Undertaking to answer a thousand questions about tuberculosis is a momentous task. It would scarcely be expected that such a book of questions and answers would meet with universal approval among physicians dealing extensively with tuberculosis. Difficulties inherent in the question and answer technic are in many instances almost insurmountable. The questions have been assembled from a question and answer department of the Journal of the Outdoor Life and here published. Even physicians who do not wholly agree with all the answers will nevertheless find that the book should be helpful and encouraging to the tuberculous patient who has practically never been able to ask his doctor all the questions he would like to. The questions are grouped under sixteen different headings and a satisfactory index affords a quick reference to the particular phase of tuberculosis discussed.
1000 Questions and Answers on T. B. JAMA. 1935;105(22):1799. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760480069032