Dr. A. A. Weech, of the Johns Hopkins University, has found that the
serum taken from the blood of those who have recovered from chicken
pox, if injected into susceptible children, seems to prevent their
catching the disease. Nine infants, who had been exposed to the disease,
were given injections of the serum from one to six days after exposure.
Eight of them did not contract the disease.
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