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[Prepared for the Section on Diseases of Children, June, 1883.]
In a lecture delivered recently to the class of medical students at Bellevue Hospital Medical College by my former preceptor, a thorough gentleman and scholar, Prof. A. A. Smith, on the frequent repetition of doses of medicine, he clearly opens up a field of investigation which, to my mind, is one of the greatest importance. It is as it were a rich mine of truth heretofore but slightly developed, and only been tested by the skilful assayer sufficiently to certify to its intrinsic value, and in it we may find leads of rare value, some of which he there uncovers so that we may peer in on its richness and beauty.
I believe and trust that the time is not far distant when from them we will learn important and practical lessons which will greatly contribute to our success in
CASEBEER JB. PæDIATRIC THERAPEUTICS AND ITS RELATION TO GENERAL THERAPEUTICS. JAMA. 1883;I(12):361–364. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390120009001a
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