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" Japanese are the first to recognise the true value of an army medical corps. Care of the sick and wounded consumes but a small part of their time. The solution of the greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field —... "
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 18

Medicine - 1904 - 536 pages
...never before considered practicable. There seems to be no exaggeration in the claim of Dr. Seaman that the Japanese are the first to recognize the true value...of their time. The solution of the greater problem of preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field is their first and most important...
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Shall disease triumph in our army?

Louis Livingston Seaman - 1904 - 242 pages
...bestowed upon the medical department of the army and navy for their splendid preparatory work in this war. Care of the sick and wounded consumes but a small...greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field by preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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From Tokio Through Manchuria with the Japanese

Louis Livingston Seaman - Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 - 1904 - 384 pages
...bestowed upon the medical department of the army and navy for their splendid preparatory work in this war. Care of the sick and wounded consumes but a small...greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field by preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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The Indian Medical Gazette, Volume 40

Medicine - 1905 - 540 pages
...be bestowed upon the Medical Departments of the Army and Navy for their splendid preparatory work in this war. The Japanese are the first to recognize...greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the Army in the field —by preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Volume 16

Association of Military Surgeons of the United States - Medicine - 1905 - 486 pages
...be bestowed upon the Medical Departments of the Army and Navy for their splendid preparatory work iu this war. The Japanese are the first to recognize...greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the Army in the field — by preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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Australasian Medical Gazette: The Journal of the Australasian ..., Volume 24

Medicine - 1905 - 708 pages
...[March 20, 1905. ' are the first to recognise the true value of an army medical corps. Care of the sii-k and wounded consumes but a small part of their time....greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field — by preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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Providence Medical Journal, Volumes 5-6

Medicine - 1904 - 466 pages
...its officers accordingly. The prevailing idea, as soon as hostilities began, was to prevent disease. The Japanese are the first to recognize the true value of an army medical corps. Milton says : " ' What boots it at one gate to make defence, And at another to let in the foe.' " The...
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Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 17

Medicine - 1904 - 778 pages
...its officers accordingly. The prevailing idea, as soon as hostilities began, was to prevent disease. The Japanese are the first to recognize the true value...greater problem, preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field, bv preventing disease, by careful supervision of the smallest details...
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The National Geographic Magazine, Volume 16

Geography - 1905 - 660 pages
...be bestowed upon the medical department of the army and navy for their splendid preparatory work in this war. The Japanese are the first to recognize the true value of an army medical corps. The medical officer is omnipresent. You will find him in countless places where in an American or British...
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Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 18

Medicine - 1904 - 484 pages
...never before considered practicable. There seems to be no exaggeration in the claim of Dr. Seaman that the Japanese are the first to recognize the true value...consumes but a small part of their time. The solution ni the greater problem of preserving the health and fighting value of the army in the field is their...
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