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July 15, 1939

Avian Tuberculosis Infections

JAMA. 1939;113(3):256. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800280068029

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This book is written by one who has much first hand knowledge of the subject. He has done a great deal of scientific and practical work and published many articles. Indeed, most of the illustrations are from his own work. The book fills a great need. Prior to its appearance there was much confusion in the minds of many persons concerning the significance of the avian type of tubercle bacillus. The literature was so voluminous that only a few persons had time to read it and screen out the important facts. Dr. Feldman has brought together all the important information with a long list of references at the end of each chapter. Thus there is available in this volume all that is definitely known about avian tuberculous infections.

Most readers will be amazed to find that the chickens of this nation are valued at $200,000,000 and that the chicken industry

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