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March 4, 1933

Pasteur's Mistakes.

JAMA. 1933;100(9):672. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740090044021

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Abstract

—The abstract entitled "Pasteur's Mistakes," which appeared in The Journal, February 18, page 516, seems to give the impression that the invectives against Pasteur were those of the author, Dr. G. B. Webb, and not those of Robert Koch. Dr. Webb writes asking The Journal to point out that the paragraph in his article preceding the abstract reads "Koch felt that Pasteur's Geneva address had been a polemic specifically attacking himself and his promised paper 'Über die Milzbrandimpfung' came 'red-hot from the grill.' Hear his invectives!"

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