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Since the discovery of the specific nature of infectious and contagious maladies, many members of the medical profession have devoted their energies toward finding a specific treatment for each. Their efforts have been crowned with success in at least one of the most dreadful maladies of mankind, namely, diphtheria, and this was accomplished in the line of natural law. I have the pleasure to report that under the same law, I have obtained by experimentation and in therapeutics, very promising results in the treatment of tuberculosis.
Following the researches of various foreign and American authorities on the action of certain physi
PAQUIN P. THE TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS BY INJECTIONS OF IMMUNIZED BLOOD SERUM. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(22):842–845. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430220020003d
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