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" Sown broadcast as they are in our modern life, it is evident that few people reach maturity without harboring the seeds of tuberculosis. That we do not all die of the disease is owing to the resistance of the tissues, in other words, to an unfavorable,... "
Clinical Excerpts - Page 95
1905
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The Sanitarian: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volume 52

Hygiene - 1904 - 1652 pages
...were advanced lesions which did not cause death, and in only one was there a definitely healed lesion. Sown broadcast as they are in our modern life, it...of the tissues, in other words, to an unfavorable, '. e., the rocky soil on which the seeds have fallen. The parable of the sower sets forth in an admirable...
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Annual Report of the Medical Officer: Supplement to the ..., Volume 35, Issue 2

1908 - 840 pages
...reach maturity without infection ; none reach old age without a focus somewhere." And he adds : — " That we do not all die of the disease is owing to the resistance of the tissues ; in a word, to an unfavourable, ie, the rocky soil in which the seeds have fallen." Dr. Arthur Ransome,...
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Morality and Health

Allan M. Brandt, Paul Rozin - Health & Fitness - 1997 - 430 pages
...few reach maturity without infection; none reach old age without a focus somewhere." He concluded, "That we do not all die of the disease is owing to the resistance of the tissues; in other words, to ]the] unfavorable, ie, the rocky soil on which the seeds have fallen." The key to understanding why...
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Modern Medicine, Volumes 13-14

John Harvey Kellogg - Bacteriology - 1904 - 586 pages
...an interesting illustration of the mode of extension of this disease in the parable of the sower. " Sown broadcast as they are in our modern life, it...tuberculosis. That we do not all die of the disease is due to the resistance of the tissues ; in other words, to an unfavorable, ie, the rocky, soil on which...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 38

Medicine - 1905 - 1192 pages
...were advanced lesions which did not cause death, and in only one was there a definitely healed lesion. Sown broadcast as they are in our modern life, it...people reach maturity without harboring- the seeds of tubeiculosis. That we do not all die of the disease is owing to the resistance of the tissues ; in...
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