volume 1, issue 2726, P686-687 1913
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.1.2726.686
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E. McCulloch

Abstract: and to remedy tllis he suggested that labour-elected persons should use all their influence to get scholarships set apart for the clever sons of working people to enable them to become doctors. Above all, le pleaded for the linking up of the chain of medical service, with full correlation from top to bottom between all the curative and preventive services, which should all be brought under one authority. A short discussion followed the address, in which a number of delegates took part. BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS. Mr.…

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