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[Editor's Note: Dr. James A. Egan, Springfield, calls attention to a typographical error in his letter, which was published in The Journal, August 4. On page 374, line 17, for 1889 read 1899. Nine lines below the same error is repeated. —Ed.]
Detroit, Aug. 4, 1906.
To the Editor:
—When I referred to the "disturbed periods" of my worthy brother Egan of Illinois, in my communication to The Journal, published July 21, I did not anticipate in the least that your readers would be furnished with so complete a demonstration of the affliction so mildly suggested by me. I am truly sorry, not for myself, as I am immune, but for those of your readers who do not enjoy personalities and recriminations.In my letter I criticised the action of the Illinois State Board of Health in resigning from the American confederation from the standpoint of the reasons given
Harison BD. Qualifications and Reciprocity as Viewed by the Illinois Board. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(6):446–447. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520060050014
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