THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PHYSICIANS

1890 The Lancet  
1312 could be eliminated. One thing is, however, certain, and that is, that so long as the etiology of diplitlieiia ienjains so obscure sanitary authorities are bound, with a view to its prevention, to do away with all defective sanitary circumstances with which it appears to be associated, and this the more because, quite apart from diphtheria, all action in this direction tends to the general improvement of public health within the areas in question.
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