On the development of glandular remedy for diabetes
Harrower, Henry R. (Henry Robert), 1883-
Medical Times Pub. Co.
p. 23 - 25 ; 28 x 19 cm.
Henry R. Harrower was a manufacturer and dispenser of organotherapeutic products that were produced at the Harrower Laboratory in Glendale, California. Harrower developed a product, called Pan-Secretin Co. (Harrower), for use in treating diabetes that was administered orally. In this article Harrower describes glandular preparations for the treatment of diabetes other than insulin. His main focus is those preparations that can be taken orally and the priority of the discovery of insulin. Mentions Sir E. S. Schafer, Zuelzer, R. L. Mackenzie Wallis, and Pancreatin.
University of Toronto Archives. A1982-0001, Box 24, Folder 11
Title taken from headline.
From Nov. 1922 to Nov. 1923, the Insulin Committee subscribed to the International Press-Cutting Bureau. This item comes from that service.
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