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This is a storehouse of the author's experience and of the literature on diabetes and is written in the best German style. It contains more than 1,100 references, and a liberal share of these are articles that have been published during 1934, 1935 and 1936. Any student of diabetes will wish to possess the book. Professor Falta has been in the thick of diabetic work. During the thirty years of his active medical career in Vienna he has been a prominent clinician. These pages, therefore, allow one to see in perspective not only the contributions of Falta and his many associates to diabetes but the places these occupy in the unfolding of diabetic knowledge during the last generation. The text is written in a simple and attractive manner and makes easy reading for English-speaking doctors, perhaps because of the author's sojourn years ago in the United States. The book contains
Die Zuckerkrankheit. JAMA. 1936;107(15):1247. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770410069034