Disease in Milk

1913 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
ings from those of five years previous. Vaccine therapy is advocated in the treatment of all of these affections and Allen reports good results in their cure and in the matter of immunization, but the fact is emphasized that all work must be controlled by the most careful bactériologie determinations. Immunity, he says, probably depends more on the chemical composition of the tissues, as determined by metabolic processes, than is at present realized. In the discussion of vaccine, and tuberculin
more » ... therapy in tuberculosis, and the Undings and the effect of mixed infections, the point is made that some varieties of germs complicating the tuberculous infection have an accelerating effect on the growth of the tubercle bacilli. As seems to be too common witli English medical writers, the author here has not hesitated to mention the employment of many proprietaries, some of which are downright nostrums of the patent medicine class. Old Age. Ils Care and Treatment in Health and Disease.
doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350150074033 fatcat:7us233hsuvej7hj27parwidxfe