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March 30, 1912

A Protest Against Dr. Wiley's Resignation

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(13):954. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260030352024

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Abstract

To the Editor:  —The forced resignation of H. W. Wiley calls for energetic and universal protests from the medical profession. The investigation of the Moss committee shows precisely where the focus of iniquity is located and whence is spread the infectious virus which permeates the entire department under which Wiley worked. This department is in need of complete regeneration from top to bottom. This will be done only through force of enlightened public opinion.Every physician should send a protest to the senators from his state and the congressman from his district, stating briefly and clearly his position as regards the proper enforcement of the pure food and drugs law, and endorse in positive terms the work done by H. W. Wiley. Our county societies should bestir themselves and pass resolutions to the same effect, copies of which should be forwarded to the President and to every United States senator

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