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1832 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Conn. pp. 368. 1832. It will not be the fault of the present race of physicians if posterity should obtain an inadequate' idea of the history of the existing epidemic. At a time when men of science are peculiarly disposed to devote themselves to the task of improving and instructing the public, this propensity in the medical profession has taken almost exclusively the direction of Cholera. The medical pen has been, for the last two years, teeming with productions on this subject ; and we still
more » ... o on, with unabated vigor and industry, adding to the number. Probably not less than two hundred works on Cholera, including pamphlets, have been published in England and on the European continent, during the prevalence of the disease there. At present, the mania for publication seems distinctly transmitted to this country, and we already rival our transatlantic friends in fertility on this topic. For our own part, we can say that our table is already covered with pamphlets of every variety of dimension, devoted to this all-absorb-The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal as published by The New England Journal of Medicine. Downloaded from nejm.org at SAN DIEGO (UCSD) on June 30, 2016. For personal use only. No other uses without permission. From the NEJM Archive.
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