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The Patent-Medicine Evil

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of questionable effectiveness sold under a variety of names and labels. The term "patent medicine" is somewhat of a misnomer because, in most cases, although many of the products were trademarked , they were never patented (most avoided the patent process so as not to reveal products' often hazardous and questionable ingredients). Perhaps the only "patent medicine" ever to be patented was Castoria . In ancient times, such medicine was called nostrum remedium ("our remedy" in Latin ). The name patent medicine has become particularly associated with the sale of drug compounds in the nineteenth ...
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He said that one hundred million dollars was spent by the public in a year in the purchase of ..... The patent-medicine evil, then, is due, first, to the credulity, ... medicines, and another had 48 percent, in 12000. In the coun¬ ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Greg Palast » Obama on Drugs: 98% Cheney?
I searched all over the newspapers and TV transcripts and no one asked the President what is probably the most important question of what passes for debate on the issue of health care reform: $80 billion of WHAT ? On June 22, President Obama said he'd reached agreement with big drug companies to cut the price of medicine by $80 billion. He extended his gratitude to Big Pharma for the deal that would, "reduce the punishing inflation in health care costs." Hey, in my neighborhood, people think $80 billion is a lot of money. But is it? I checked out the government's health stats (at HHS.gov), put fresh ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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micro-organisms may well serve as a protection against precautions ...
a mésalliance with the "patent medicine" evil in its most insidious form. It has become, apparently, the creature of a cooperative "patent medicine" concern ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
THE PATENT MEDICINE SITUATION.
The Patent Medicine Situation. "It is to be impressed on patients ... of the nostrum evil is still far distant. In the speaker's judgment the most ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Nostrums an d Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery, Reprinted, With Additions and Modifications, From the Journal of the American Medical Association .  2nd ed.  Chicago: American Medical Association, 1912.         Extremely useful three volume set of brief articles about a huge variety of patent medicine products.  The AMA took great interest in running the most egregious patent medicine advertisers out of business during the period in which the medical profession was modernizing and establishing professional standards.  Most of these articles ...
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