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CAN TYPHOID FEVER BE ABORTED?Third paper read before the Mahoning County, Ohio, Medical Society, March 12,1894, with the Records of the Reported Cases Continued to Date of Recovery; also of three other Members of the Family who were attacked after the Reading of this Paper.

JAMA. 1894;XXII(15):530-536. doi:10.1001/jama.1894.02420940006002.
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As a preface to my paper, I wish to acknowledge my indebtedness to the President of this Society, to our last ex-President, to the ex-President of the Ohio State Medical Society present, to Dr. Thomas, Dr. Barnes, Dr. Dickson and all others who have confirmed my diagnoses, watched the results of treatment, or in any way have aided me in my work; and to thank them for their very complimentary remarks in the discussion of my previous papers. Having my work characterized as the greatest discovery of the age by one member, my name associated with that of Jenner by another, and another give expression to his pride that a member of this Society had done what I have; would be exceedingly gratifying to me at any time, but especially just now when I am promulgating ideas which must arouse the indignation of every great medical professor in the world,


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