Clipped From Barnard Bulletin
York. 1918 T I N ' : move as establishment of the then INFLUENZA I n reply to sexeral i n q u i r v a l u e of the i n l l u e n z a u o u l d l i k e to make a the method -of treatment and on the general status of the i n f l u e n ard. The college has had a fair proportion proportion of cases, f o r t u n a t e g r a \ e character, y i e l d i n proper t r e a t m e n t . The i n f l u e n z a \ a c c i n the experimental stage. It is hoped \ \ i l l induce in an inoculated an i m m u n i t y of a v a r y Â·the end of two weeks. As different strains of the same germ produce i m m u n i l ) of different i n t e n impossible to foretell the degree of success of the i n f l u e n z a The pneumonia vaccine protects against some types( types( ,f pneumonia but not against all. "_The essential^ in the care and m e n t of such an epidemic are following hygiene regulations; First, f n r t h e sake of the patient and alsn sake of the community, isolation in By insistence upon a prompt retirement retirement to bed and a prolonged stay most of the college case have' run mild course. This rule can not be much emphasized and should be administered administered with great soverity. Â· ' - - G U L I E L M A F.