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MULTIPLE METASTATIC SARCOMAS OF THE LUNGS
Journal of the American Medical Association
found in the stools of the head cook. She gave no his¬ tory of ever passing through any typhoidlike illness, and to the best of her belief, she had never before caused a similar outbreak. It must not be overlooked that food may continue to harbor active pathogenic organisms, even after subjec¬ tion to cooking temperatures. Of course, the method of preparation and the physical character of the food determine the extent of penetration by heat. In the interesting experiments performed by Sawyer,17doi:10.1001/jama.1916.02580290015005 fatcat:sglrx64ibner5ecoknov47h32u