Reference numberCMB/51/86
TitleMinutes, meeting of the Tropical Diseases Committee [post war]
Date27 March 1919
DescriptionLists those present, with Sir David Bruce in the Chair. Lists Committee business, including the signing of last meeting's minutes [1914], letters from the Colonial Office regretting to the plan to send Miss Robertson to the Soudan to investigate camel trypanosomiasis is not possible in the international climate [1914], a letter from Miss Robertson proposing resumption of the project and the Committee's agreement to resubmit the proposal to the Colonial Office, and a resolution to consider the most important lines of research on subjects such as quinine and malaria, blackwater fever, leishmania, leprosy, yellow fever, native dietary, and diseases of the Egyptian Delta. p97-99.
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