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DOCTORS TAKEN ILL

The police at Amiens and the president of the Medical ■ Association of the Northern Departments opened a joint inquiry at Paris into the mysterious poisoning of a large number of doctors who attended ' a banquet in the town. The banquet followed a medical congress at which 250 docto-s were present. More than 100 of them have,since; been seriously ill and some have not yet recovered. A local caterer, who' supplied the victuals for the feast,, has also filed a complaint against a person or persons unknown, who, he says,;maliciously poisoned the doctors' dinner in order to ruin his (the caterer's)' reputation.

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DOCTORS TAKEN ILL, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 30, 3 August 1935

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DOCTORS TAKEN ILL Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 30, 3 August 1935

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