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To the Editor:
—Our attention has been called to a most unfair and unwarranted attack on Sanatogen which appears in your esteemed publication [April 20, p. 1216]. The article is such a perversion of the actual facts, and so completely—if not intentionally—misleading that we request, as a matter of common justice, that you give this reply equal publicity to your attack. The admiration and respect we have felt for your journal and our appreciation of the place it holds in the field of medical journalism, made your attack on a product like Sanatogen, representing so definitely the most painstaking and scientific research, the last thing expected. Indeed, it seems inconceivable that a journal apparently so alive to its responsibilities could publish broadcast an article so calculated to do harm, without first giving those whose interests are most at stake, an opportunity to substantiate their claims.There never has been a
Hehmeyer FW. Sanatogen. JAMA. 1912;LVIII(20):1525-1526. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260050201021