Boudin law

Boudin law

A clinical law proposed by Jean Christian Marc François Joseph Boudin (1806–1867), a French physician, which stated that malaria and tuberculosis were antagonistic conditions, and incapable of simultaneously infecting the patient.
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So I helped organize a consortium of the Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, Harvey Silverglate, the then-head of the ACLU in Massachusetts, the Rabinowitz and Boudin law firm, and William Burroughs, myself, and the PEN club as friends of the court, and we helped bust the law.