Medicine: Angina Pectoris

Operations to remove glands at the brain's base and certain nerves adjoining arteries have been successful in curing angina pectoris, the dread disease of the business man. So testified M. E. Dandy, surgeon of Johns Hopkins, before the Tri-State Medical Association.

These operations lower the blood pressure which has been brought to an unnatural height by overwork and worry. And high blood pressure is the reason for angina pectoris.


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