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Effect of Kidney Diet on Blood Regeneration in Pernicious Anemia.

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ByMCCANN WM. S..  (Proc. Soc. for Exper. Biol. and Med.. , January, 1928; , p. 255.).


Ann Intern Med. 1928;1(8):626-627. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-1-8-626_2
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The experiments of Whipple and Robscheit-Robbins have shown the effects of various articles of diet on the regeneration of blood in dogs rendered chronically anemic by repeated bleeding. The most important application of this fundamental work to the therapy of anemia was made by Minot and Murphy in the administration of liver in pernicious anemia, with remarkable results that have been abundantly confirmed. It is desirable to ascertain if other foods, particular kidney and apricots, which caused active regeneration in anemic dogs, have a similar therapeutic action upon man. This paper reports the results obtained by the feeding of 250

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