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" On the Appearance of Certain Ame- boid Bodies in the Blood of Vaccinated Monkeys (Rhoesus) and Children, and in the Blood of Variola," an experimental study. ("Transactions of the Associa- tion of American Physicians," Phila- delphia, vol. xii, 1897.
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" Report on the Practical Use of Elec- trozone as a Disinfectant in the City of Havana, Cuba." ("Report of the Sur- geon-general of the Army," Washington, 1900.)
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Walter Reed and James Carroll.
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Walter Reed, James Carroll, and Aris- tides Agramonte.
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Walter Reed, James Carroll, Aristides Agramonte, and Jesse W. Lazear.
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Reese, John James (1818-1892).
John James Reese was born in Phila- delphia, June 16, 1818 and took both his liberal and medical degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. Settling in Philadelphia, he soon had an excellent practice.
In 1861 he entered the Federal Army as