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To the Editor:
—There is a reference to a paper by Dr. Barach and myself in the advertisements issued by the Upjohn Company. Is there any way that Dr. Barach and I can stop this company from using our names as propaganda? The paragraph reads as though we had recommended "citrocarbonate" for the treatment of pneumonia, but, as a matter of fact, I never heard of "citrocarbonate" until I got this advertisement. I don't think the matter is of vital importance, but it is annoying and I should be glad to have it stopped if there is any easy way of doing so.
Means JH. "CITROCARBONATE"—A DISCLAIMER. JAMA. 1925;84(9):697. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660350061036
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