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A NATIONAL DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Journal of the American Medical Association
By contrasting the above results with those obtained by the patients who have refused the mercury treatment, but who have enjoyed every other advantage this hospital affords, viz.: rest, life in the open air, splendid climate, good and suitable food-in fact, all that the present condition of this hospital affords-the argument in favor of the administration of mercury is mostdoi:10.1001/jama.1908.25410220028003 fatcat:xhoiclycgvbkxayb4y4jhzevwa