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October 5, 1907

Probilin and Pertussin.

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(14):1203-1204. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530140049015

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Philadelphia, Aug. 27, 1907.

To the Editor:  —I have been much interested in the valuable reports of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry, and have some personal interest in a recent one on probilin. The accurate information the profession receives from these reports is a just cause for congratulation, and, as a humble member, I sincerely and gratefully extend my thanks to the American Medical Association. A body of such character as the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry should have support without stint from the members of the Association. The highly vaunted virtues of probilin led me into an investigation. I had some capsules prepared by the pharmacists, Frank E. Morgan & Sons, according to a formula which I had reason to believe would secure the results desired. They state that if the ingredients are carefully mixed they can be filled dry into capsules, but that they are very difficult

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