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February 9, 1884

Winter Cholera and Hog Cholera.

JAMA. 1884;II(6):160. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390310020005

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Abstract

—Dr. F. Dedolph writes from St. Paul, Minn., suggesting that the so-called winter cholera, which has been noticed in various places during the last few years, is caused by the use of lard and oleomargarine prepared from hogs affected with the disease known as hog cholera. This letter contains a printed slip showing that he made the same suggestion three years since. But as he gives no facts or investigations bearing upon the subject, we give his suggestion here instead of his letter.

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