It remained, however, for Widal and others to show that if to a drop of blood-serum, or to a drop of water containing a solution of dried blood from a typhoid patient, a moderate number of typhoid bacilli were added, a specific reaction occurred. She talks a great deal, and very quickly. If such a complete cure resulted, it would be one of the most remarkable therapeutic results in the history of medicine.

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