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February 6, 1926


JAMA. 1926;86(6):437. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670320051029

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To the Editor:  —Please note the circular for Anedemin Tablets which came to my desk today. I was interested enough in this matter to look up the records of the men who signed these testimonials, and I give them to you as my secretary has culled them from the directory:

  • Bell, David R.: University of Nebraska; homeopathic; born, 1856; licensed, 1885.

  • Coleman, James I.: College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore; born, 1859; licensed, 1885.

  • Howell, W. E.: Lincoln Memorial University Medical Department, Knoxville; born, 1880; licensed, 1903; surgeon; member, American Medical Association.

  • Surrett, I. W.: Medical College of Virginia; born, 1873; licensed, 1908; Fellow, American Medical Association.

  • House, Albert L.: Yale University Medical Department; born, 1868; licensed, 1895; Fellow, American Medical Association.

It appears very discouraging that three members of the American Medical Association would write boosting letters such as these are, made up of pure balderdash, trying to disguise

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