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Can anyone please decipher from what Joseph Mathers was suffering for five days?


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Joseph Mathers (429764) enlisted at New Westminster, BC on 31 March 1915.

He was in hospital from 28 April to 1 May 1915.

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Can anyone please make out from what he was suffering?

RM

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"Choryza" (sic). "Mild case with recovery".

 

Coryza- A runny nose, catarrh etc from a cold, or other virus,  or allergy like hayfever, then influenza later.

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21 hours ago, Dai Bach y Sowldiwr said:

"Choryza" (sic). "Mild case with recovery".

 

Coryza- A runny nose, catarrh etc from a cold, or other virus,  or allergy like hayfever, then influenza later.

Many thanks, Dai.

 

I would never have got that. (Must try it on my doctor some time.)

RM

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