THE GALL TO ARMS.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Perhaps the following, which appeared in tho * British Nursing Joiufrial ’ on September 19. may bo of ar. much interest and carry as much, if not more, conviction as tho letter by Hr Wishart in your issue of yesterday: To tho Editor of the ‘ British Journal of Nursing.’—Dear madam, —On behalf of tho Research Defence Society, who represent tho general opinion of all who have studied tho facts of anti-typhoid innocnlation, we d.esiro to say that the society very strongly approves of this treatment for all men and women who are likely in the new future to come in contact with typhoid fever. We have accordingly off?red the services of this society to the Royal Army Medical Corps.—Yours etc., Lasscrington, president; F. M. Sanduriho, M.D., F.R.0.D., bon. treasurer; Stephen Paget, F.R.C.S, hon. secretary. . Does your correspondent know anything for certain about tho tw) deaths ho refers to? — I am, etc.. Reader. November 26.
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THE GALL TO ARMS., Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914