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Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 21, 1901.
To the Editor:
—I have read the communication of Dr. Keen, published in your issue of August 10, and already applications have been made by members of the medical profession for literature concerning the subject of the controversy—human vivisection.As the American Humane Association considers this matter one of vital importance, its executive committee has, after amendment and revision, just printed that Review of Dr. Keen's letter upon which he, in his last communication, comments; and in order to do him justice, the Association has added his first letter, which he has called "The Misstatements of Antivivisectionists." These two documents in one pamphlet can be secured gratis by any physician in the United States who will send his professional card to "The Special Committee," Postoffice Box 215, Providence, R. I. For those medical men who carefully read this pamphlet, it would seem to me that
Brown JM. Vivisection—A Reply to Dr. Keen.. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(9):592. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470350048016