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Posted: January 6, 2013 at 4:53 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Jan. 6, 1913 That a widespread belief in the efficacy of “madstones” is being shaken, and that people are beginning to realize that the Pasteur treatment is the only one that will ward off rabies, is indicated by the increasing numbers who come to the Pasteur institute maintained by Dr. Lloyd O. Thompson, city bacteriologist, in the Mann building on East Capitol avenue. Nearly 100 persons have been treated by Dr. Thompson since he opened his institute.

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