Medicine and Science


    THE advancement of medicine is an object which can scarcely fail to be universally desired, and the discussion of the principles that govern it is therefore a matter of perennial interest. It is in itself an evidence of healthy life that such discussion should have been active of late and should have been contributed to influentially from several different aspects.*

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    Medicine and Science. Nature 127, 653–655 (1931).

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