Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 173, Issue 1

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Page 104 - To collect, collate and disseminate information concerning the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer; to investigate the conditions under which cancer is found; and to compile statistics in regard thereto.
Page 134 - If the package containing it or its label shall bear any statement, design, or device regarding the ingredients or the substances contained therein, which statement, design, or device shall be false or misleading in any particular...
Page 297 - Here I saw about fifty miserable distempered wretches, suspended in rows, so huddled one upon another, that not more than fourteen inches space was allotted for each with his bed and bedding ; and deprived of the light of the day, as well as of fresh air; breathing nothing but a noisome atmosphere of the morbid steams exhaling from their own excrements and diseased bodies, devoured with vermin hatched in the filth that surrounded them, and destitute of every convenience necessary for people in that...
Page 248 - I shall draw them all out with my own hands, and my landlady's daughter shall frame them with the parings of my black waistcoat. Each maxim is to be inscribed on a sheet of clean paper, and wrote 2 with my best pen ; of which the following will serve as a specimen : — " Look sharp ;" " Mind the main chance ;"
Page 50 - And the leper in whom the plague is, his clothes shall be rent, and his head bare, and he shall put a covering upon his upper lip, and shall cry, Unclean, unclean. 46 All the days wherein the plague shall be in him he shall be defiled; he is unclean: he shall dwell alone; without the camp shall his habitation be.
Page 107 - ... cure. 12. That there is strong reason to believe that the individual risk of cancer can be diminished by the eradication, where such exist, of certain conditions which have come to be regarded as predisposing factors in its production. 13. That some occupations, notably working in pitch, tar, paraffin, analin or soot, and with x-rays, if not safeguarded, are conducive to the production of cancer, presumably on account of the chronic irritation or inflammation caused. 14. That prominent among...
Page 214 - For twenty successive days it marched towards the enemy ; and in less than one month after it had defeated him, mustered within thirty men as strong as before the action, — and this, too, without reinforcements from England, the ranks having been recruited by convalescents.
Page 237 - Physiology and Hygiene, which, in both divisions of the subject, shall include special instruction as to the effects of alcoholic drinks, stimulants, and narcotics on the human system...
Page 248 - Thus, which way soever I turn my eyes, they are sure to meet one of those friendly monitors; and as we are told of an actor who hung his room round with...
Page 238 - Every school physician shall make a prompt examination and diagnosis of all children referred to him as hereinafter provided, and such further examination of teachers, janitors and school buildings as in his opinion the protection of the health of the pupils may require.

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