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January 11, 1908

Johnson & Johnson's Digestive Tablets.

JAMA. 1908;L(2):136. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530280052017

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Abstract

Wheeling, W. Va., Dec. 14, 1907.

To the Editor:  —Every physician doubtless is interested in the surgical supply business. There are men scattered here and there, who, like the majority of hospitals, prepare their own dressings, but they are in the minority, and one can easily imagine their bandage rollers lying with the rusty antique surgical metal in some neglected corner of a seldom used cupboard to be resurrected once in a while to occupy the time of the office girl in the dull season. It is conceded, I suppose, that most of us depend on the manufacturers of such goods for all we use in the hundred and one little and big procedures calling daily for their use. I believe Johnson & Johnson's goods have been found satisfactory, and in many ways the firm has endeavored to be progressive and efficient. It is, therefore, with a feeling of wonder

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