Volume 10, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645


Just as toxoplasmosis has been a topic of particular interest at the meetings of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene so has it been at various pediatric gatherings. During The VIII International Congress of Paediatrics in Copenhagen in July, 1956, a special conference was devoted to the “Clinical Aspects and Diagnostic Problems of Toxoplasmosis in Paediatrics.” This meeting brought together specialists engaged in studies on toxoplasmosis in an attempt to organize in a clear-cut fashion the present knowledge of toxoplasmosis.

This small book is a compilation of papers on toxoplasmosis delivered at the special conference of the Congress in 1956, but has been revised in 1959. It thus provides relatively up-to-date information by a list of participants which includes some of the world's outstanding authorities on this infection. Following introductory remarks by Dr. Albert Sabin in which emphasis is placed on the principal problems of toxoplasmosis to which we require solutions there follow the reports of the eighteen other participants.


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