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" ... or dysenteries, contagion and fevers that follow improper subsistence and neglected sanitation, — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals, or the bullets of their followers. "
Clinical Excerpts - Page 100
1905
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Shall disease triumph in our army?

Louis Livingston Seaman - 1904 - 242 pages
...subsistence and neglected sanitation — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets of their followers. If the testimony of those conversant with the facts can be accepted, sup233 plemented by my own limited...
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From Tokio Through Manchuria with the Japanese

Louis Livingston Seaman - Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905 - 1904 - 384 pages
...subsistence and neglected sanitation — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets of their followers. If the testimony of those conversant with the facts can be accepted, sup233 plemented by my own limited...
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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
...and neglected sanitation, — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals, or the bullets...percentage of mortality from casualties, especially in penetrating wounds of the skull, chest and abdomen, and injuries to osseous structures — indeed...
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The Indian Medical Gazette, Volume 40

Medicine - 1905 - 540 pages
...and neglected sanitation, — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets...submit statistical proof, but from careful observation 1 venture to predict the records of the Japanese hospitals will show a large reduction in the percentage...
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The Alienist and Neurologist, Volume 26

Charles Hamilton Hughes - Neurology - 1905 - 570 pages
...subsistence and neglected sanitation, diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets of their followers." Let the United States government follow to the full and to the finish, the suggestions of its medical...
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Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 17

Medicine - 1904 - 778 pages
...subsistence and neglected sanitation — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets...It is much too early to submit statistical proof, b\it from careful observation I venture to predict that the records of the Japanese hospitals will...
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The Outlook, Volume 79

United States - 1905 - 1214 pages
...and neglected sanitation — diseases . that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets...but from careful observation I venture to predict that the records of the Japanese hospitals will show a large reduction in the percentage of mortality...
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Journal of Medicine and Science, Volume 10

Medicine - 1904 - 450 pages
...subsistence and neglected sanitation — diseases that have brought more campaigns to disastrous terminations than the strategies of opposing generals or the bullets of their followers * • • * * We have recently heard much of the reorganization of the American army and the creation...
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