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With a view of affording the pharmacist some information concerning the many new remedies constantly brought to the attention of the medical profession the Druggists' Circular has published brief descriptions of these from time to time, which are now offered in book form. This list is arranged in alphabetic order and being a rather comprehensive one, will prove of interest to the pharmacist who is constantly called on to dispense medicines otherwise unknown to him; it will also interest the physician who attempts to keep informed of the new substances exploited to the medical profession. TJnfortunately, the book is, in the main, merely compiled from the literature furnished by the dealer and manufacturer; hence it does not give the information regarding certain remedies which one might expect from the introduction, which states that this publication was undertaken "with a view of affording a source of accurate and unbiased information."
The Modern STateria STkdica. The Source, Chemical and Thysical Troperties, Therapeutic Action, Dosage. Etc. JAMA. 1906;XLVI(19):1467–1468. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510460061026
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