Treatment of Pernicious Anemia by a Special Diet
Chicago: American Medical Association 1927. First Edition. Buckram binding. Binding is sound with minor soiling. Clean internally. In the Journal of the American Medical Association, 1926, Volume 87, Pages 470-76 (entire Volume 87 offered). Very Good. Cloth. 
This article introduces the use of raw liver in the diet to treat pernicious anemia.
Garrison and Morton (see GM 3140) notes "this treatment ranks as one of the greatest modern advances in therapy". Minot and Murphy shared the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1934 with George Hoyt Whipple "for their discoveries concerning liver therapy in cases of anaemia".
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