First published in 1908, this book presents a study of tuberculosis. It looks first at its causes, before examining how the problem of mortality from illness had already been reduced. The third part of the book then focuses on measures for reducing and annihilating tuberculosis altogether. Being written in the earlier years of the twentieth century, the book will not only be of interest to medical students and practitioners, but also to historians.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|202 pages
Causation Of Tuberculosis
part II|95 pages
The Incidence of Tuberculosis Upon Communities
part III|116 pages
Measures for the Reduction and Annihilation of Tuberculosis