1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
spread in the thought and hearts of hundreds of thou¬ sands a paralyzing fear that never should have been created." We print below the quotation, not as printed in the Monitor, but resupplying in brackets the very essential phrases which the garblers so carefully left out. "Adults are very little endangered by close contact with open tuberculosis, and not at all in ordinary asso¬ ciation. [Childhood is the time of infection, youth the
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