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SCIENCE

NEW SERIES. VOLUME LII.

JULY-DECEMBER, 1920

NEW YORK
THE SCIENCE PRESS

1920

THE NEW ERA PRINTING COMPANY,

41 North QJEEN STREET,

LANCASTER, PA.

UNIV. OF MARCH

NEW SERIES
VOL. LII, No. 1331

FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1920

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Rivas' Human Parasitology

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This is the first work on this subject by an American author. An im-
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Octavo of 555 pages, with 181 illustrations. By FRANK BURR MALLORY, M.D., Pathologist to the Boston
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