W. H. Kane King
1885 Journal of the American Medical Association  
fourteen bites were found about his body, and the symptoms of the dreaded disease were already evi¬ dent in the patient. In the space of ten days the child was inoculated no fewer than thirteen times on the same system as M. Pasteur has successfully tried with dogs. This was three months ago, and until now nothing has occurred in the condition of the pa¬ tient to shake the operator's faith in his method. The boy continues in excellent health, and M. Pas¬ teur believes that he is not only safe
more » ... is not only safe from hydropho¬ bia caused by the bites of the dog, but also from any bad effects resulting from the animal virus introduced into his system to ensure his safety from rabies. One of the active principles of ox-gall has found its way into pharmacy under the auspices of Dr.
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