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After reading this book one feels that the author has failed in his avowed purpose of enabling "the average physician to attain a simple direct approach to the handling of this group of ailments," and of showing him "how to care for the allergic patient," not because of any inherent faults in the volume itself but because his purpose is practically impossible of attainment. No branch of medicine is subject to so many variables as is allergy. Basically, one is dealing with a myriad of possible etiological agents, specific in nature, and the clinical effect of exposure to these is
Allergy in General Practice.. Ann Intern Med. 1934;8:235–236. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-2-235_2
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