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March 22, 1924


Author Affiliations

New York. Director, Mount Sinai Hospital.

JAMA. 1924;82(12):990. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02650380058031

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To the Editor:  —Some time ago my attention was called to the fact that a circular letter describing the "Citrophan" treatment was signed by Dr. H. H. Rubin, who described himself as "Physician to Mount Sinai Hospital." Dr. Rubin was not a physician to Mount Sinai Hospital but had merely been a subordinate clinical assistant in one of the branches of the outpatient service for a short period. As long ago as November, 1923, I remonstrated with him vigorously regarding the misleading character of his circular, and obtained his promise that the name of Mount Sinai Hospital would not thereafter be used in connection with Citrophan.

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