Book Reviews
September 1937

The Prophylaxis and Treatment of Rheumatic Disease Through Photofixation of Pathogenic Antigens. Photoimmunization and Photovaccination. The Theoretical Possibility of Immunizing the Olfactory Mucosa Against Poliomyelitis Virus.

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By S. Peskind, M.D. No price given. Pp. 12, 13 and 22, respectively, with no illustrations. Cleveland: S. P. Mount Printing Co., 1936.

Am J Dis Child. 1937;54(3):690. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1937.01980030234018

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These three pamphlets embody absolute theory without the quotation of any basic facts on which the ideas may rest. That ultraviolet radiation from a quartz lamp liberates antigens from a deep focus of infection is a characteristic theory expressed. Nothing further need be said.

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