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October 19, 1901

American Humane Association.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(16):1049-1050. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470420037013

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Toledo, Ohio, Oct. 3, 1901.

To the Editor:  —My attention has just been called to your long editorial in The Journal of September 14, wherein, among other things, you question the accuracy of my statements. Your sense of fairness, I doubt not, will permit me to make, through your columns, a brief reply.Referring to the pamphlet "Concerning Human Vivisection" issued by The American Humane Association, you say:"If the Association had really desired to put the matter fairly before the public, why did it not include Dr. Keen's last letter? If it had done this, the anonymous reviewer would have had an opportunity to point out the 'serious misquotations' spoken of by Mr. Brown in his recent communication, if they existed, a possibility of which we have our doubts. A writer who... leaves an important term like 'carcinoma dissemine' in the original rather than put it into intelligible English

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