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PRACTICAL COLLEGE COURSES IN PHARMACY At the School of Pharmacy of Northwestern University
(ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, CHICAGO).
Students diligently devoting their whole time to their studies may complete the course for the degree of Graduate in Pharmacy in forty weeks, with about 32 hours' instruction weekly.
Students earning their expenses by drug-store employment and attending the School three days each week, can complete the same course in two years of forty weeks each, with about 16 hours' instruction weekly.
The course for the degree of Pharmacoutical Chemist occupies two full years, with about 32 hours' instruction weekly.
Address the Dean of the School,
PROF. OSCAR OLDBERG, 2421 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Typhoid fever, and Its
JOHN ELIOT WOODBRIDGE, M.D.
HE objects that are sought to be accomplished by the issuance of this book
are: First, to present to the members of the medical profession so much
evidence of the truth of the "startling declaration that typhoid fever can be aborted” as will induce a large number of physicians to give antiseptic medicine a fair and faithful trial in this disease. Second, to give such explicit directions as will enable all physicians to so intelligently apply the principles of antiseptic medicine to the cure of typhoid fever that they may secure for their patients the least inconvenience and suffering, the shortest duration of illness, and the lowest possible death-rate. Third, to impress upon the minds of the members of the medical profession the enormity of the crime which is committed by all communities that pour their excrement-laden sewage into our fresh-water lakes and rivers, in violation of all sanitary principles.
The book is written in defiance of the opinions of the bacteriologist, who has demonstrated the impossibility of destroying the bacillus typhosus in living man; in defiance of the pathologist, who has shown that the micro-organism finds its way deep into all of the organs of the body, hence cannot be dislodged; in defiance of the therapeutist, who has asserted that drugs can accomplish no useful purpose in the treatment of typhoid fever.- From the Author's Preface.
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