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" And this disease of which I speak, this syphilis too will pass away and die out, but later it will be born again and be seen again by our grandchildren, just as in bygone ages we must believe it was observed by our ancestors. "
AIDS and Syphilis: The Hidden Link - Page vii
by Harris L. Coulter - 1987 - 126 pages
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Man Adapting

René Jules Dubos - 1980 - 538 pages
.... . . There will come yet other new and unusual ailments, as time brings them in its course. . . . And this disease of which I speak, this syphilis too...we must believe it was observed by our ancestors. Another highly contagious malady that has changed its manifestations is the English sweating sickness....
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AIDS and Syphilis: The Hidden Link

Harris L. Coulter - 1987 - 126 pages
...(1983), 2370-2374. Girolamo Fracastoro, the author of the first book on syphilis, is becoming a reality: And this disease of which I speak, this syphilis,...we must believe it was observed by our ancestors. 5 Medicinal Suppression But these various diseases are not the only immunosuppressants to which the...
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Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries: Humanism and Professions in Renaissance Italy

Douglas Biow - 2002 - 224 pages
...them in its course; just as mentagra appeared among the ancients and has never since appeared again. And this disease of which I speak, this syphilis too...later it will be born again and be seen again by our grandchildren, just as in bygone ages we must believe it was observed by our ancestors. (DC, 145—47)...
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Blueprint for Health

Health Research - 2004 - 200 pages
...and stand up for health practices and education before conditions are irreversible. CHAPTER 13 AIDS "And this disease of which I speak, this syphilis...believe it was observed by our ancestors." — Girolamo Rancastoro 1484-1553 Syphilis sive de morbo gallico, 1530 Since the mid 1980's the disease referred...
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