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October 8, 1932


JAMA. 1932;99(15):1275-1276. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740670063024

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Vaccination with the B C G Outside of France  The Institut Pasteur de Paris has published a book entitled "Vaccination préventive de la tuberculose de l'homme et des animaux par le B C G." The volume comprises forty-six papers written by phthisiologists, pediatricians, obstetricians, veterinarians and bacteriologists, representing nearly all countries of the world. Among the contributors are Profs. G. Prausnitz and J. Zadeck, Germany; F. Gerlach, Austria; E. Malvoz and Bessemans, Belgium; de Assis and C. Ferreira, Brazil; Petrov, Bulgaria; Baudoin and Rankin, Canada; L. Sayé, Spain; William H. Park, Kereszturi and Overton, United States; Stanley Griffith and Cummins, Great Britain; Aldershoff and van den Bergh, Netherlands; de Schlachter, Hungary; Allaria and Borsarelli, Italy; Watanabe, Japan; Heimbeck, Norway; Wierzbowska and Zeyland, Poland; J. Cantacuzêne, Rumania; Naeslund and Wallgren, Sweden; Vanicek, Czechoslovakia; Tzekhnowitzer and Jakhnis, Ukraine; A. Saenz, Uruguay, and Kostic-Yoksic, Yugoslavia. The trials of the method have been

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