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The latest addition to the series of reports is a manual representing the years 1924-1925. The contents are divided into three parts. The first part contains reprints of articles published by the members of the staff in various scientific publications. The second part contains reports extracted from The Journal and from Hygeia, and in the main are exposés of the composition of widely advertised secret remedies or the fallacies of certain chemical "assertions." The third part contains reports not previously published; these are largely results of investigation of the newer worth while additions to materia medica, many of them of a purely scientific and investigative nature, such as confirmation of manufacturers' statements or elaboration of new standards. The volume is of general interest to the physician because it gives him not only information on secret remedies, but also accurate comparative results on classes of preparations such as agar and petrolatum
Annual Reports of the Chemical Laboratory of the American Medical Association for 1924-1925.. JAMA. 1926;87(26):2180. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680260048030
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