The Serbian Epidemics of Typhus and Relapsing Fever in 1915: Their Origin, Course, and Preventive Measures employed for their Arrest

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    IN this account of the Serbian epidemics of typhus and relapsing fever in 1915, Col. William Hunter makes a very interesting and valuable contribution to the medical literature of the war.

    The Serbian Epidemics of Typhus and Relapsing Fever in 1915: Their Origin, Course, and Preventive Measures employed for their Arrest.

    (An Ætiological and Preventive Study based on Records of British Military Sanitary Mission to Serbia, 1915.) By Col. William Hunter. (Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1919, vol. xiii.) (Section of Epidemiology and State Medicine.) Pp. 29–158. (London: John Bale, Sons, and Danielsson, Ltd., 1920.) 7s. 6d. net.

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    The Serbian Epidemics of Typhus and Relapsing Fever in 1915: Their Origin, Course, and Preventive Measures employed for their Arrest . Nature 109, 743 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109743b0

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