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The animal tuberculoses : and their relation to human tuberculosis /
in Professor Nocard's book lies in the demonstration of the small part played by heredity, and the great part played by contagion, in the propagation of bovine tuberculosis. It seems not unreasonable to suppose that the same is the case for human tuberculosis, and that, if the children of tuberculous parents were protected from infection by cohabitation or ingestion, the importance of heredity as a cause of the disease, or even of the predisposition to it, would dwindle away intodoi:10.5962/bhl.title.111581 fatcat:ixry3cdryzd57huf2daf2madoi