THE OCCURRENCE OF A POSITIVE WASSERMANN REACTION IN TWO CASES OF NON-SPECIFIC TUMOR OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

LEO NEWMARK
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
whom the inoculation had been begun. The record of the Maneuver Division in camp at San Antonio. Texas, during the past summer has been most instructive. An army division having an average strength of I a.SOD men, all inoculated, occupied the same camp for four months" li<»in March to duly, and in this command but one case of typhoid developed. This was a mild case in a hospital corps man who had not completed the inoculations necessary for protection. Lieut.-Col. .1. R. Kean. who has recently
more » ... . who has recently reported on (his camp, is authority for the report of forty-nine cases of typhoid with nineteen deaths for the city of San Antonio for the same four months. During the same period that this camp existed at San Antonio, between three and four thousand men were in camp at Galveston, Texas, and in this command no case of typhoid occurred, while the city of Galveston fur-, nished 192 cases of the disease during the existence of the camp. The city and I he camp had (he same wafer-, milk-and food-supply, the only difference being Unit the camp had been protected by inoculât ion.
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260010013004 fatcat:vuyeudec2zbkjofb6lrec7xhli