A SERIES OF INTERESTING CASES OF SURGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE KIDNEY

G. FRANK LYDSTON
1906 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
woman not a fool accept such a baby? If the woman is unable to understand the dangers, then to induce her to take it is to take a mean advantage of her ignorance. If a contract is signed with the nurse and the word "syphilis" incorporated in it without its significance being effectually explained, then it is no more than a despicable trick to entrap the poor woman and to release the city from the dangers of a suit. Mrs. M. says that, had the dangers been intimated to her, not for the world
more » ... for the world would she have taken the tainted baby. Mr. M. is even more emphatic. If the truth is told to these wet-nurses there will be no wet-nursing of foundlings. A VIOLATION OF THE GOLDEN RULE.
doi:10.1001/jama.1906.25210230047001o fatcat:7s76hhmki5hk7iadvlk4s4ad3y