INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

1910 Journal of the American Medical Association  
being considered in one or more of its aspects in almost every section, far outshadowing tuberculosis in this respect. In some of the other sections symposiums on diabetes, the "infectious diseases and eclampsia, with the discussions, served to clear the atmosphere about many mooted questions. There were many other interesting features of the scientific program, but space forbids further mention of them here.
doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550510038018 fatcat:dt5cedch6fblhaotetuir7cwgy