Medicine: Pretty Experiment

"At the meeting at Gresham College tonight . . . there was a pretty experiment of the blood of one dog let out . . . into the body of another on one side, while all his own run out on the other side. The first died upon the place, and the other very well, and likely to do well." Thus wrote Samuel Pepys in 1666.

Last fortnight a similar and even prettier experiment was described by Dr. William Thalheimer of Manhattan, and Drs. Donald Young Solandt and Charles Herbert Best of Toronto,...

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