Medicine: German Approval

A German doctor, Dr. Seyderhelm of Frankfurtam-Main, last week gave what all scientists enjoy giving and receiving— confirmation. In 1926 Drs. George Richards Minot and William Parry Murphy of the Harvard Medical School reported that cooked liver helped the body increase the number of red blood corpuscles and gradually stopped pernicious anemia. U. S. doctors tested out the liver diet to their thorough satisfaction. Dr. Seyderhelm, thorough in his fashion, used the liver treatment on 105 patients, carefully studying all their reactions. That it was entirely satisfactory was the conclusion he published at...

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