A Remarkable Medicine Has Been Overlooked
Jack Dreyfus, founder of the hugely successful Dreyfus Fund, discovered that a medicine (phenytoin) was very successful in treating his severe depression. This book is a story of Dreyfus's extraordinary life, his discovery of phenytoin (PHT), and a testament to his ceaseless effort to make the truth known to people in this country and around the world.
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Page xvi - Personally you did not create even the smallest microscopic fragment of the materials out of which your opinion is made; and personally you cannot claim even the slender merit of putting the borrowed materials together. That was done automatically—by your mental machinery, in strict accordance with the law of that machinery's construction.