The Medical and Surgical Reporter, Volume 75

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Crissy & Markley, Printers, 1896 - Medicine

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Page 441 - DIET FOR THE SICK. Contributed by Miss E. Hibbard, Principal of Nurses' Training School, Grace Hospital, Detroit, and Mrs. Emma Drant, Matron of Michigan College of Medicine Hospital, Detroit. Second Edition, enlarged. Limp cloth, i6mo., 100 pages.
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