TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE TREATMENT OF SYPHILIS BY THE INTRAMUSCULAR INJECTION OF INSOLUBLE MERCURIALS

WILLIAM S. GOTTHEIL
1907 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
the drummers who patronized a nearby hotel. This little one's father (I made it a point to find out) is an able-bodied carpenter making good wages. He owns a suburban home and hires a cook, although his family is small and his wife is in perfect health. I have no apology to offer for citing these cases. To me they are of the greatest significance. They are only isolated in the positiveness of my knowledge that these parents in no way stand in need of the wages for which
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