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Chicago, Nov. 5, 1902.
To the Editor:
—I have carefully read and re-read Dr. Curtis' letter referring to my article in the issue of June 28, and I am unable to discover anything whatever to substantiate his statement that "In this paper there were so many statements that are at variance with facts and so many misrepresentations with regard to myself that I am obliged to ask you to publish this letter."The Doctor seems to take special umbrage at my statement: "Fraser's liquor ambrosia is a proprietary preparation, the constituents of which are not known to the profession." He says further: "The entire tenor of this article makes it appear that he is doing a noble work with simple fluid extracts and an insinuation is made that I am using in my experiments a secret compound made by Fraser & Co., called liquor ambrosia."In answer to the above,
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