Western Medical Times, Volume 41, Issue 5

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George Lee Servoss
1921 - Medicine
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Page 130 - Neuralgia and Neuritis" says a well-known physician, "are merely the 'cry of the nerves' for tonic treatment and better nutrition." Countless medical men have learned that there is no therapeutic agent that will "answer" this "cry" more promptly and satisfactorily than Gray's Glycerine Tonic Comp.
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