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London: Geoffrey Bles, 1936. Pp. viii+264; bottom fore-corner of upper board faintly bruised; top edges yellow; dust wrapper, slightly soiled, edges rubbed and split, the backstrip browned and with a couple of chips at head; publisher's Colonial edition stamp at foot of lower pastedown, free endpapers slightly offset, closed tear to fore-edge margin pp. 165/166, piece torn from bottom fore-corner of last text leaf, scattered light foxing; Geoffrey Bles, London, 1936. Second edition? [so stated on dust wrapper]. *Includes chapters on tuberculosis. Scottish doctor Halliday Sutherland (1882endash 1960) was a pupil and protege of Sir Robert Philip, pioneer in the treatment and control of tuberculosis. In 1911, Sutherland founded a tuberculosis clinic and produced Britain's first public health education film, The Story of John M'Neil, a silent movie which showed how tuberculosis was spread and how it was treated. Later he became President of the Tuberculosis Society of Great Britain.

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