2 edition of The great white plague found in the catalog.
The great white plague
Helen M. Gill
|Statement||Helen M. Gill.|
|Contributions||University of Prince Edward Island. Dept. of History|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Title The great white plague. Contributor Names Frost, William Dodge, O'Shea, M. (Michael Vincent), The great white plague, tuberculosis by Otis, Edward Osgood, Publication date Topics Tuberculosis Publisher New York, Crowell Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English.
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19 cm. Contents: "The great white plague," its prevalence and its significance --What is tuberculosis?Its nature and cause --Tuberculosis a contagious or infectious disease: what this means --Inheritance and immunity --The seed and soil --The recognition and symptoms of tuberculosis --The curability of tuberculosis and its treatment --The home.
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Painting The Sick Child by Edvard Munch, –86, depicts the illness of his sister Sophie, who died of tuberculosis when Edvard was 14; his mother too died of the disease. Tuberculosis was for centuries associated with.
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