Medicine: For Type III Pneumonia

Dr. Oswald Theodore Avery, Manhattan researcher of the famed Rockefeller Institute, will get the first $1,500 John Phillips Memorial Prize* when the American College of Physicians meets in San Francisco early next April. Thus he gets unusually prompt reward for reporting only last July what seems to be a specific remedy for the most deadly kind of lobar pneumonia. In lobar pneumonia one or more sections of a lung are infected. In bronchopneumoma, which is usually associated with other diseases like influenza, the infection is throughout the bronchi.

Usual cause of lobar pneumonia...

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