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The Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus.

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By JOSLIN ELLIOTT P.. , M.D., M.A., Clinical Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Physician to New England Deaconess Hospital. New (4th) Edition, Enlarged, Revised and Rewritten. Octavo, 1006 pages, illustrated. Lea and Febiger; , Philadelphia: , 1928.. Price in cloth, $9.00, net.

Ann Intern Med. 1928;2(4):390-391. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-2-4-390
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Joslin's work on diabetes is the most important treatment of this subject available to readers in English; and is the most complete and logically arranged book on this subject to be found in any language. It is the only one that presents fully the modern view on diabetes and the diabetic, and the changed point of view is clearly and most ably revealed in the pages of this volume. It is larger by two hundred pages than the last edition, and has been largely rewritten and revised up to the last minute before publication. This, of course, makes a larger


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