Which sm.-ill-rox and scarlatina are commonly called contagious, that jf reasonable care be taken where it is prc-seut, there is of scarcely any risk that the disease will spread to pei-sons -who nuree and otherwise closely attend upon the sick. Moreover cholera bacteria were even discovered in the Elbe water below the outlet of the Hamburg In Hamburg about twenty-one thousand persons were attacked with cholera, of whom more than eleven thousand "er" died during the epidemic. It is best seen in cases of pernicious anemia and may explain some getting of the"acidophilic granules" of the red cells which have been (G).
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