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Here is a book that contains the medicine one would like to find in a textbook on physiologic chemistry and that contains, more particularly, just the amount of chemistry, and no more, that one would like to find in a clinical textbook. The result is a pleasant, palatable and painless dose of chemical information for the progressive practitioner. The authors designed the book for the student of medicine receiving clinical instruction in the later years of his course, and for the physician who at school received little or no special instruction in the medical application of biochemistry. A large proportion of the current medical literature concerns itself with biochemical studies in the presence of disease, a comprehension of which is necessary for him who would keep abreast of modern scientific advances. The authors have kept their promise to express the chemical point of view as simply as possible. The book
The Biochemistry of Medicine. JAMA. 1933;101(16):1260. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740410062031
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