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December 29, 1906


JAMA. 1906;XLVII(26):2131-2133. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.25210260001001

The best has been said by the best minds of the profession and by many of the best of the laity on this vast subject. It ill becomes one untrained in literary work, with little time for the study, to inflict on the profession further dissertation that can scarce be more than repetition. Your committee, however, thought perhaps it might not be unseemly for one at this timely period to say a few words born of an experience in hospital and home on this subject. They know, oft repeating can alone bring conviction, and have no doubt calculated accurately on the endurance of the profession. Opportunity will be taken, therefore, to consider in general the subject of the management of tuberculosis and to point out some present day dangers, if such suggestive word may be used, in present day tendencies, and then to discuss special features which seem worth while

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