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These interesting lectures were delivered by Metchnikoff in London at the invitation of the Council of the Royal Institute of Public Health.
They will be read with interest by medical as well as non-medical persons. The first lecture deals with "The Hygiene of the Tissues." Here Metchnikoff Get this from a library. The new hygiene, three lectures on the prevention of infectious diseases. [Elie Metchnikoff] Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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