A Study of Induced Malignant Tertian Malaria
*James, S. P., Nicol, W. D., and Shute, P. G. (1932). A study of induced malignant tertian malaria. Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., XXV, No. 8, June, 1932. Sect. Trop. Dis. and Parasit., p. 1153.
Workers in Great Britain on induced malaria therapy in mental patients have the advantage of working with 1 clean' material under fully controlled conditions, and of being able to select recipients who have never previously been exposed to infection with malaria. The consequence is that their results are often surprising to workers in the tropics who are… (More)