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Denver, Colo., Jan. 27, 1900.
To the Editor:
—"A hint to the wise" comes from the cattle ranges of the West. It is embodied in an address by Dr. Charles Gresswell, former state veterinarian of Colorado, which address was delivered at the recent National Live Stock Convention held at Fort Worth, Texas. It was on the subject of "Tuberculosis from the Range Standpoint." The author is one whose conclusive opinions should be highly valued by every reader of The Journal. His father, two brothers and himself were all well known in the fields of veterinary surgery and comparative pathology in England In Colorado, Dr Gresswell has distinguished himself for his clear insight in quarantine matters and the contagious diseases among animals.I was cognizant of the instance of the twenty head of Shorthorn tuberculous cattle, he refers to. I went with him to see the last of them. Except for
Denison C. The Elimination of Tuberculosis Out in the "Open.". JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(5):309–310. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460050055023
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