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Dr. karnes studied directly under June Orton and her husband Dr. Samuel T. Orton, who is credited with being the "father of dyslexia”.

In her other novels, Martin addresses various contemporary issues such as step families, sibling rivalry, autism, and dyslexia, but this one dealing
amoebic dysentery and scurvy causing the majority of deaths.

He had already suffered a severe bout of dysentery in April 1885, and his health declined rapidly during the next two months.

Both his parents were repeatedly ill with dysentery and cholera, and Charles' younger brother Andrew died of dysentery in November 1860, barely one year old, just three weeks before the birth of his sister, Fannie.

Auguste died of dysentery in 1800, prompting many to blame Schelling, who had overseen her treatment.

Of the 21,015 Australian soldiers who contracted bacilliary dysentery during the Second World War, only 21 died.

He wrote first hand accounts of diseases like malarial fever, gout, dysentery, and chorea.

However, many men get diseases such as dysentery and die in the camp.

During his lecture, he recounted how in the course of field-research in West Bengal for his book Tribal Guerrillas, he had lost 20 kilograms in weight through dysentery and malnutrition.

The number of dead increased with the length of the voyage, since the incidence of dysentery and of scurvy increased with longer stints at sea as the quality and amount of food and water diminished with every passing day.

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