HABITINA AND OTHER MAIL-ORDER DRUG CURES

1910 Journal of the American Medical Association  
for instance, so many laymen rather than physicians have been the leaders. Other problems almost equally impor¬ tant press for solution, and the physician should take his proper place as leader and guide in the work. For, as slated in the editorial from which we have largely quoted, the broad-minded physician of the twentieth century, his talents dedicated to a life of service, cannot refuse to
doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550370050006 fatcat:kt3ewj472vfptp43m7ywkjwxeu