Editorial Association.—

1883 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
that gentlemen of such scientific eminenec as Professors Stricker and Spina would repeat these experi¬ ments without taking every precaution to make them trustworthy. Their conclusions, therefore, deserve careful consideration by unbiased thinkers. Pro¬ fessor Feltz, of Nancy, France, has also been repeat¬ ing Koch's inoculation experiments with cultivated bacilli. He does not consider his experiments de¬ cisive and will repeat them, but, thus far, he has failed to produce the disease of which
more » ... e disease of which the bacilli were the supposed cause. Endowments.\p=m-\ We are glad and at the same time sorry to see that Dr. Eliphalet Clark, of Deering, Maine, has bequeathed some valuable land as an endowment for a new medical college. We are glad to see endowments made to medical schools. It is only surprising that the many wealthy and generous men in our country who have made endowments to
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