The Spatula, Volume 22

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Irving P. Fox
Spatula publishing Company, 1915 - Pharmacy

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Page 81 - Other preparations which are peddled to druggists and purport to be acetylsalicylic acid, commonly known as aspirin, a medicine of foreign origin, regularly prescribed by many physicians for certain ailments, have been seized by the officials in charge of the enforcement of the Food and Drugs Act, because an analysis showed that the products were worthless imitations.
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