Medicine: Help for Rheumatism

Doctors' knotted brows have done little for the knotted joints and twisted muscles of advanced rheumatism; but last week doctors reported on two methods of relieving the early stage of the disease. Both reports were given at the Buffalo meeting of the New York State Medical Society.

Vitamin E. Dr. Charles LeRoy Steinberg of Rochester told how he used Vitamin E on 50 cases of muscular rheumatism. Of these, 30 were given the natural vitamin in wheat-germ oil; 20 were given a concentrate of the vitamin. Of all the cases, 48 were "completely relieved." The synthetic vitamin, reported Dr. Steinberg, is better...

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