ARISTIDES AGRAMONTE, M.D.
When we contemplate, in our present security from yellow fever, all that has been suffered by other communities, none less than this one of your beautiful city, in the terrible days now fortunately past, but which extended even to our present generation; when we realize the incalculable number of lives that have been preserved through the conquest of that scourge; when we look about us and observe the material progress that has been attained by the apparently simple fact that we can prevent the occurrence of epidemics; when we visit the Panama Canal and remember that it was made possible
AGRAMONTE A. A Review of Research in Yellow Fever1. Ann Intern Med. 1928;2:138–154. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-2-2-138
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