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To the Editor:
—My attention was called this morning to the interesting article "Ozonized Testimonials" on pages 1629 and 1630 of The Journal of Nov. 11, 1911. The remarks made therein are to a certain extent correct, but your deductions are wrong. As a matter of fact, the whole idea conveyed by the article was erroneous; no attempt is being made to secure testimonials for any manufacturer.I presume that the interests of the readeres of The Journal will be conserved by publishing the following corrections which seem to be necessary. In the second paragraph you write: "Incidentally, the advertising pages of this non-medicinal publication are devoted largely to medicinal products!" I have taken the trouble to go through the advertising pages of the last number of the journal referred to, and find that altogether there is a total of 81% pages of '"'^^g for t|,e these, 0% pages are
Harrower HR. "Ozonized Testimonials"—A Reply. JAMA. 1911;LVII(24):1934–1935. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120124020
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