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Influenza Encyclopedia

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Abstract

"I am egotistical enough to believe that if all 'flu' cases could have been treated along the line of specific medication as taught by Prof. J. M. Scudder that not one-half the number that died would have died," opines the author. Discusses treating influenza patients "along the line of Eclecticism." Does not discusses of what such treatment consists.

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