Gastric Juice Therapy Correspondence (J.F.W.)

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Copy of a letter sent by Wilkinson to the editors of The British Medical Journal regarding a case of pernicious anaemia treated with beef pre-digested with normal gastric juice reported by Dr Astley Clarke which was published as Wilkinson, J.F., 'Correspondence: Hog's Stomach in Pernicious Anaemia', The British Medical Journal, 1931, 2(3699), p.1008. There is one annotated draft copy of this letter and also a copy of the published version.

Annotated draft copy of another letter also sent to the The British Medical Journal in reply to criticisms made by a Dr Morris concerning the properties of addisin. This was published as Wilkinson, J.F., 'Correspondence: Haemopoietic Hormone in Pernicious Anaemia', The British Medical Journal, 1933, 1(3763), pp.287-288.