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To the Editor:
—I must express my pleasure and gratification at the excellent and timely editorial entitled "Justice to the Pharmacist," The Journal, June 16, p. 1822.As you already know from Mr. England's letter occurring in the same issue of The Journal, page 1864, American pharmacy feels that it is deprived of the fullest opportunity to render that competent and specialized pharmaceutic service of which it is capable. No group of men can realize more thoroughly than the medical men how valuable the service of pharmacists could be made under a proper status. You have shown a most commendable and just insight into the situation, and your advocacy of the movement to give pharmacists a rank commensurate with the importance of the service they render and can render is greatly appreciated not only by me personally, but by the American Pharmaceutical Association.
Wulling FJ. JUSTICE TO THE PHARMACIST. JAMA. 1917;LXVIII(25):1934. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.04270060342033