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April 25, 1942

Sulfathiazole and Prophylene Glycol

JAMA. 1942;118(17):1507. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830170085017

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Abstract

In a communication to the editor entitled "Propylene Glycol a Menstruum for Sodium Sulfathiazole" in The Journal, April 11, page 1317, the word "sodium" in the title should have been omitted. Dr. Fredrick F. Yonkman, who with others signed the letter, writes that he hopes that no attempts may be made to dissolve sodium sulfathiazole instead of sulfathiazole in propylene glycol.

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