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Lecture Is Fifth in Series of Twelve At the Medical School


In the fifth of a series of 12 free, public lectures held at the Medical School on Sunday afternoons, Dr. Max-well Finland '22 yesterday addressed a crowded hall on "Colds, Influenza, and Pneumonia," and the symptoms by which they could be detected.

Expressing little faith in so-called cold-immunity," Dr. Finland said that "practically everybody is susceptible to colds in varying degrees," and that immunity from attack is usually of short duration." From there he launched into a detailed analysis of the nature of these diseases, and the symptoms peculiar to each. In every influence, he said, "a physician should be called immediately."

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