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To the Editor:
—The article in The Journal, November 24, page 1818, with this title does us a gross injustice, and in reply thereto we beg leave to submit the following:For reasons which every publisher (yourself included) understands, it is not practicable for us to reproduce in full, in the columns of Therapeutic Notes, all the clinical papers to which we wish to direct the attention of our readers. But that the article of Dr. Mundell was not garbled to make capital for Parke, Davis & Co. is quite apparent on comparison of the omitted portions with a previous paper by the same author reprinted in the January (1917) issue of the Notes, and herewith submitted together with clippings from other issues of the Notes which prove that we have not hesitated to present to our readers the dangers incidental to the misuse of Pituitrin as well as the
"THE HANDICAP OF PROPRIETORSHIP IN MEDICINE". JAMA. 1917;LXIX(23):1995–1996. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590500077031
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