Regarding the value of the evidence as to the efHcacy of the remedy based on the clinical study, this, of course, depended on the confidence we placed in the opinions formed by the individual observers; but when the opinions expressed by many of the best clinical observers in all parts of the world were almost unanimously in favor of antitoxine, it would seem that there were no longer any reasonable grounds for refusing to accept the vote of to the present time.

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