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" There can be no doubt but that in a certain number of cases the tuberculosis occurring in the human subject, especially in children, is the direct result of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis ; and there also can... "
Annual Report of the Medical Officer: Supplement to the Annual Report of the ... - Page 30
1908
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Columbus Medical Journal: A Magazine of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 31

1907 - 592 pages
...of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis, and there also can be no doubt that in the majority at least of these cases the bacillus is introduced through cows' milk. Cows' milk containing tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis, and of fatal...
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Report of the chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry

1908 - 382 pages
...British Eoyal Commission on Human and Animal Tuberculosis" concluded from its investigations that cows' milk containing bovine tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis — and of fatal tuberculosis — in man, and that a very large portion of tuberculosis contracted by ingestion...
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Public Health, Volume 20

Public health - 1908 - 434 pages
...direct result of introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis ; and there can be no doubt that in the majority at least of these cases the bacillus is introduced through cows' milk. That statement receives some degree of confirmation from the investigations which' have...
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Experiment Station Record, Volume 19

United States. Office of Experiment Stations - Agricultural experiment stations - 1907 - 1348 pages
...of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis; and there also can be no doubt that in the majority at least of these...tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis and of fatal tuberculosis in man." In fact, in 14 out of the (И) cases of tuberculosis In man. the tubercle...
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Circular (United States. Bureau of Animal Industry). no. 113 ..., Issues 113-136

1907 - 458 pages
...British Royal Commission on Human and Animal Tuberculosis concluded from its investigations that cow's milk containing bovine tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis, and of fatal tuberculosis in man, and that a very large portion of tuberculosis contracted by ingestion...
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Annual Report

1900 - 490 pages
...of the introduction into the human body of the bacilli of bovine tuberculosis ; and there also can be no doubt that, in the majority at least of these...bacillus is introduced through cow's milk. Cow's milk is clearly a cause of tuberculosis, and of fatal tuberculosis in man." This opinion is amply proved...
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Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, Volume 30

Royal Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - Public health - 1910 - 780 pages
...cases the tuberculosis occurring in the human subject, especially in children, is the direct result of bovine tuberculosis, and there can also be no doubt...tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis, and of fatal tuberculosis in man." Some reference, however brief, should be made to the fact that some...
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Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, Volume 32

Royal Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - Public health - 1912 - 888 pages
...of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis, and there also can be no doubt that in the majority at least of these...tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis, and of fatal tuberculosis in man." But in addition to tuberculosis, other diseases of cattle may be transmitted...
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West Virginia Medical Journal, Volume 3

Medicine - 1909 - 440 pages
...of the introduction into the human body of the bacillus of bovine tuberculosis; and there also can be no doubt that in the majority, at least, of these cases the bacillus is introduced through cows' milk-. Cows' milk containing bovine tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis and of...
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The Health of the State

Sir George Newman - Public health - 1907 - 216 pages
...bovine tuberculosis ; and the bovine body can be infected by tuberculosis of a human source. 3. That there can be no doubt but that in a certain number...of these cases the bacillus is introduced through cows' milk. Cows' milk containing bovine tubercle bacilli is clearly a cause of tuberculosis and of...
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