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November 14, 1903

GRANTS FOR SCIENTIFIC WORK.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(20):1212. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490390036007
Abstract

A further result of the small grants given by the American Medical Association to promote scientific research is embodied in the article by Otis and Evans on "The Morphology and Biology of the Parasite from a Case of Systemic Blastomycosis" in The Journal, October 31. Through an unfortunate oversight it was not stated in connection with the title of the article that the work had been promoted by an Association grant. We have referred in the issue of July 4, 1903, to the significance of the case of accidental infection with oidiomycosis from which was recovered the same organism as that described in the exhaustive study of Otis and Evans. It may be recalled that this case, being one of accidental infection from a known source, is to be regarded as an important landmark in the series of observations that have established blastomycosis or oidiomycosis on a firm basis. It

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