Medicine: In Cincinnati

Adjusting his quarter-inch spectacles and bending his good right eye toward a 29-page manuscript that had been nearly a year a-brewing, Dr. Howard Dixon Mclntyre, 41, Cincinnati neurologist, announced to the Cincinnati Academy of Medicine last week his observance of an entirely new type of encephalitis (sleeping sickness) which is currently epidemic in the Middle West. The new encephalitis, he reported, refused to fit into any of the categories of the disease already known, exhibited startling phases which he advised should force medical men to intensify their research into a disease about whose...

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