From the June 29, 1929 issue
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The first authoritative, life-size reconstruction ever made of a cave man, his family, and his cave, has just been completed at Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. The cover photograph this week, reproduced by courtesy of the Field Museum, shows a portion of the group.
HOME-MADE LIVER EXTRACT EFFECTIVE
A liver extract that will be effective in treating pernicious anemia can be made at home with very little effort, Dr. William B. Castle and Morris A. Bowie of Harvard University Medical School have reported to the American Medical Association.
This will prove a great boon to sufferers from this disease who are unable to afford the high price of the commercial liver extracts or of the more palatable calves' liver. Eating half a pound of beef liver a day soon becomes a tiresome ordeal, yet this has been the only chance for life and health for many of the poor who suffer from pernicious anemia.
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