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Waverly, N. Y., Sept. 17, 1897.
To the Editor:
—I simply wish, in the interest of a number of your subscribers, to "say good-bye" to Dr.—. It seems a misfortune that you should be obliged or called upon to publish such jargons, but we your readers become disgusted and hope the columns of the Journal, which we all so much admire, may be kept as free as possible from such rubbish. I am not an advocate of "the Woodbridge treatment," or any man's method, but the principle of treatment advocated so bravely by Dr. Woodbridge I have followed with 100 per cent. of recoveries in eighty-three cases (consecutive).Respectfully,
The Editor is of opinion that the widest latitude should be given gentlemen wishing to comment upon any topic of interest to any considerable number of the profession. It is in fact the "public opinion" department of our Journal, and
Harnden RS. Antiseptic Treatment of Typhoid Fever. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(13):658. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440390048018
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