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May 30, 1931

Therapie innerer Krankheiten.

JAMA. 1931;96(22):1898. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720480056044

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This edition has been called for within two years of the publication of the first, which the author takes to be an indication that the world is ripe for a revival of true hippocratism, with less emphasis on medication and more stress on physical and psychic therapy. Maybe it also means that the world—at least a part of the Old World—is ripe for an intensive study and teaching of therapy, though this possibly is merely a matter of wishful thinking on the reviewer's part. Unfortunately, the author still displays an apparent deficiency in pharmaceutic training by what seems excessive references to the products of pharmacal manufacturers to the detriment of preparations that might be compounded by the pharmacist.

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