Science: Dog No. 4

The first two dogs returned briefly to life, died a second and final death. The third dog, which like its predecessors, has been put to death clinically and revived by chemical and mechanical means, did better (TIME, April 30 et seq.). Slowly Dog No. 3 learned to crawl, sit up on its haunches, eat, bark, snap flies. Last week it was eating 12 oz. of meat per day. But it could not stand alone, did not behave like the normal mongrel terrier it had once been. Lean, jet-haired Dr. Robert E. Cornish concluded that...

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