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1898 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
ter suffered from a sore throat but did not seem to be very sick. Cultures from swabs of the throat, made by the city bactério¬ logie department, however, revealed Klebs-Löffler bacilli. It was demonstrated that the father's throat also showed the
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