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San Francisco, July 8, 1901.
On January 21, 1901, I sent a reply to James M. Brown, president of the American Humane Association, in response to. a letter from him challenging me to produce proof of inaccuracy in the references to a number of certain alleged experiments and of garbling of the reports of the same. My reply was published in The Journal of the American Medical Association and the Philadelphia Medical Journal of Feb. 23, 1901.
In reply I received a letter from Mr. Brown saying that he expected to spend the month of February in California, and could not give attention to my letter until his return.
Mr. Brown seems to have been detained in California much longer than expected, for up to the present moment—nearly six months—I have received no further reply whatever. Indirectly, however, a certain reply has been published in the form of an anonymous
Keen WW. Misstatements of the Antivivisectionists Again. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(6):400–403. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470320044020
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