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October 23, 1897

A STUDY OF THE BLOOD IN TUBERCULOSIS.OR THE RELATION OF LEUCOCYTES TO THE BODY AND THEIR AID IN INTERPRETING VITAL PHENOMENA.

Author Affiliations

Lecturer on Hematology in the University of Colorado; Hematologist to St. Joseph's Hospital; Member of Denver and Arapahoe and Colorado Medical Societies, Pan-American Medical Congress, etc. DENVER, COLO.

JAMA. 1897;XXIX(17):828-833. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440430008002a
Abstract

No branch of science appeals to us so deeply as the study of life; and it is the object of the following research to investigate some of the causes which tend to shorten life, and if possible to devise means of detecting these causes before they have produced permanent injury to the individual.

In presenting the subject I feel very keenly my inability to do it the justice which it deserves. But realizing that success is achieved in any line of research only after repeated efforts, and often after many failures, I am encouraged in the undertaking, believing that the closer we adhere to nature, the nearer we shall arrive at the truth. Also I regret that the limited time which is necessarily allowed for the presentation of the subject, prevents my giving proper credit to many authorities whose researches have rendered me valuable assistance in forming the following deductions.

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