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A Reference Handbook of the Medical Sciences Embracing the Entire Range of Scientific and Practical Medicine and Allied Science
Journal of the American Medical Association
opium is resorted to for the relief of pain and distress in the digestive tract-a teaching that is to be emphatically condemned. The danger of producing a habit seems to be entirely disregarded. Another interesting feature is the rather complete list of the proprietary specialties of a prominent English pharma¬ ceutical house and a similar one of a noted American manu¬ facturer. We do not mean that these are separate from the rest of the book; they are scattered throughout the work, appearingdoi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560300058038 fatcat:t62wu2tsfjcknliuwh4nkhrcku