1907 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
a patient, and that, judging from the composition of his letter, a patient of no extraordinary degree of intel¬ ligence or education. Strophanthus, again, is another drug that should not be prescribed except when its ef¬ fects can be under the observation of the physician. We say nothing of certain proprietary remedies, which ap¬ pear to have a great place in the prescriber's therapeutic armamentarium. The thing that strikes us most in this connection is the fact that these prescriptions,
more » ... n for individual cases, must be the work of either a licensed
doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530100045010 fatcat:r5ay4yenyzevjnw7vqfyiwxoqi