BERLIN

1913 The Lancet  
202 question of resurrection, but of delayed death. From the viewpoint of pure physiology, however, it is a stupendous work, and one cannot but admire the sagacity and patience displayed by Dr. Carrel. For Plithisical Cough. At the Soci6t6 d'Études Scientifiques contre la Tuberculose Dr. Louis Renon said recently that the action, either separately or in combination, of peronine (benzyl-morphine-hydrochloride), thebaine (paramorphine), narceine, papaverine,
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