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July 18, 1908

Medical News

JAMA. 1908;LI(3):230-236. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02540030052011

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Abstract

ILLINOIS. 

Free Treatment of Hydrophobia.  —Dr. J. A. Egan, secretary of the Illinois State Board of Health, requests us to announce, for the information of physicians and health officers, that in 1905 the General Assembly made provision for the care and treatment of poor persons duly certified by regular physicians to have been bitten by rabid animals, or otherwise put in danger of infection from hydrophobia, and that such persons unable to pay for treatment themselves will be cared for at the expense of the state, at the Pasteur Institute, 228 Dear-born Avenue, Chicago, the institution selected by the Illinois State Board of Health.

Chicago. 

Medical College in Good Standing.  —We are informed by the Illinois State Board of Health that owing to a clerical error, the College of Medicine and Surgery, Physio-Medical, was omitted from the list of colleges in good standing, sent to us last week.

Chicago's Health. 

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