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Book description in 1882 robert koch identified tuberculosis as an infectious bacterial disease in the sixty years between this revelation and the discovery of an antibiotic treatment streptomycin the disease was widespread in canada often infecting children within their family homesget this from a library building resistance children tuberculosis and the toronto sanatorium stacie burke in 1882 robert koch determined that tuberculosis was an infectious disease caused by a bacterium in canada tuberculosis was a widespread endemic disease and many children were infected in their synopsis in 1882 robert koch identified tuberculosis as an infectious bacterial disease in the sixty years between this revelation and the discovery of an antibiotic treatment streptomycin the disease was widespread in canada often infecting children within their family homesvirtual issues social history of medicine produces virtual issues on different themes published by the journal stacie burke building resistance children tuberculosis and the toronto sanatorium siam bhayro and catherine rider eds demons and illness from antiquity to the early modern period about the journal social history of medicine the journal of the society for the social history of medicine is concerned with all aspects of health illness and medical treatment in the pastit is committed to publishing work on the social history of medicine from a variety of disciplines the journal offers its readers substantive and lively articles on a variety of themes critical

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