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This little volume is a part of a series to be issued in connection with the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago. The books are planned to make understandable the advance of science. It is doubtful whether any better performance could have been made as a contribution to this series than this book by the professor of bacteriology at the University of Rochester. He makes clear the place of discoveries in technic as the basis of advance in the science of bacteriology; he has a feeling for historical background, and he provides a vast number of facts of importance for the prevention of disease. The book is beautifully illustrated, well written and an exceedingly worthy contribution to the series.
Man and Microbes. JAMA. 1932;98(26):2310. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730520052030
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