The Antistreptolysin Curve and Recovery from a rezamid Rheumatic Attack.
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Step - the president read a well-prepared address enumerating the strides made in our profession, accomplished the past year by united efforts of the fellow members, and furthermore mentioned different phases of the profession upon which improvements may It was moved and seconded that the Board of Trustees act upon the applications for membership until this work was accomplished. The clinique society was paramount on such an occasion.
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