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The British Institute of Preventive Medicine

Nature volume 44, pages 9798 | Download Citation

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THE progress of bacteriological science, and the amount of exact information which it has shed upon the problems of disease during the last fifteen years, have led several of the Governments of the Continent and America to establish institutes providing for original research, as well as technical instruction, in preventive medicine.

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