Science: Quinine Substitute

> There is no shortage of atabrine, the synthetic substitute for quinine.

> But if more is needed, the atabrine patents will be available, royalty free, to a score of pharmaceutical manufacturers who can step up production to astronomical figures. Equipment priorities for this purpose have not been granted because production is already far in excess of needs.

These facts emerged last week in answer to questions of California's Representative Bertrand W. Gearhart in the House. Said he: "Is it true that our soldiers, sailors and marines are today threatened with disablement because...

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