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November 3, 1894

Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences:

JAMA. 1894;XXIII(18):694. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02421230034023

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Abstract

It is probable that at no period has the diamond of medical literature received a handsomer setting than has been given it in this now well-established Annual. Every phase of medical discovery with its many-sided characters are here fully set forth and duly credited to their authors, real or supposititious. No man can possibly keep abreast of the entire range of medical science. Few men are able to keep in touch with any one branch of medical science. Nothing but the steady and continuous work of a corps of men, such as are gathered together under the able direction of Dr. Sajous, could accomplish from year to year a work of such scope and minuteness as the Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences, and there can be no question but that the conceded importance in American medical literature in the past few years has been largely due to the influence

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