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August 30, 1884

Progress of Cholera.

JAMA. 1884;III(9):241. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390580017006

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—We have nothing new to record in regard to the progress of cholera in Europe. At latest dates no new cases had occurred in Geneva, and the advancement of the season renders it probable that the scourge will this year be limited mostly to its present boundaries. The early refugees from Toulon and Marseilles are returning in great destitution; and as the disease still exists in both cities, many of them will be likely to become its victims.

In a previous number it was noticed that the cholera had appeared on a vessel bound for St. Lucia and New York. The vessel was cleared of its sick and disinfected at its first stopping place, and has since arrived off the harbor of New York, and is reported to be without sickness, and in a good sanitary condition.

Dr. Joseph Janvier Woodward, Surgeon U. S. A., and one of the ex-Presidents

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