Prof. A. Laveran, For. Mem., R.S

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FRANCE lost one of her great men of science when Charles Louis Alfonse Laveran died on May 18 at the ripe age of seventy-six. His death, following so closely on that of Sir Patrick Manson, may be said to close one chapter in the history of malaria, the important preliminary chapter which paved the way for the brilliant and far-reaching researches of Ross and the Italian observers.

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B., A. Prof. A. Laveran, For. Mem., R.S. Nature 109, 819–820 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/109819b0

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