Medicine: Morphine Substitutes

The efforts of the League of Nations to reduce the sale and use of narcotics throughout the world is one of the rare activities of the League in which the U. S. takes a willing, effective part. Last week when the League of Nations' Opium Advisory Committee met in Geneva to deplore the state of narcotic affairs, Stuart Jamieson Fuller, U. S. spokesman, rose with special pride to report about the thoroughgoing efforts U. S. citizens are making to discover some drug which deadens pain as effectively as does morphine but creates no morphine-like...

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