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Speaking of disease, here is another deplorable confession...
Pawtucket (R.I.) Chronicle
Speaking of disease, here is another deplorable confession from no less an authority than the Medical Record. In spite of the army of physicians, their discoveries, and their hecatombs of vivisected guinea-pigs, we may doubt, says the Medical Record, whether the sum total of diseases is any less than it was before the medical profession reached its present high standing. Preventive medicine has made "little headway," and "in the opinion of some medical men diseases are on the increase." In the deeper recesses of our consciousness we had suspected something of the kind ourselves, but such heterodoxy on the part of a layman would have exposed him to excommunication with bell, book, and candle, or at least with bacteria, serums, and antitoxins. But with the Medical Record behind us, we can afford to creep out into the open.
M. G. KAINS, M.S.
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