Tuberculosis Research and Vivisection

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    THE investigations conducted by the Royal Commission on Tuberculosis, contained in a second interim report recently issued, would have been impossible without the use of experiments on animals, and the appearance of this report is most opportune, for, almost simultaneously, the Royal Commission on Vivisection has published the first volume of the minutes of evidence taken before it.

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