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The readers of The Journal need no introduction to London Truth. Time and again reference has been made to the exposures which this great English weekly has made of medical frauds that are flourishing in Great Britain. Not that Truth confines its campaign against fraud to those of a medical nature. Frauds of any kind, swindlers in any line of endeavor, humbugs in any capacity are ruthlessly exposed. The result is that at the end of each year Truth has accumulated a large amount of information concerning fakes of all kinds that is of vital interest to the public. In order to put this material in easily accessible form, it is boiled down into terse paragraphs, classified, indexed and cross-indexed and issued in a small annual volume known as "Truth's Cautionary List." The 1912 edition is now before us. To indicate briefly the scope of this work, it is but
Truth's Cautionary List for 1912.. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(15):1140–1141. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260040156033