By Charles E. Simon, M.D., Professor of Clinical Pathology and Experimental Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore. Octavo, 301 pages; illustrated. Cloth, $3.25, net. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1912.
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The immense and rapidly increasing literature on the subjects considered in this book, the novelty of many of the discoveries and the complexity of terminology make commendable efforts at a connected account of the present situation. From his own participation in the subject and his success as a bookmaker, the author of this work was justified in undertaking it. On the whole, he may be congratulated on his success. He has given a fairly adequate view of the theory and practice of the subject. It is especially true of the more ``practical'' chapters, for in the introductory part the author indulges in a fancy for splitting hairs and for obiter dicta. Thus, it seems unnecessary to exalt immunity studies by emphasizing the imperfection of previous knowledge. The folly of such a course is well illustrated when, after the trite and overworked emphasis on the imperfections of art, the
An Introduction to the Study of Infection and Immunity. Including Serum Therapy, Vaccine Therapy, Chemotherapy and Serum Diagnosis. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1913;XI(4):468. doi:10.1001/archinte.1913.00060280107010
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