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100,000,000 guinea pigs; dangers in everyday foods, drugs, and cosmetics, by Arthur Kallet and F. J. Schlink
Bib ID 165444
Format BookBook
Author
Kallet, Arthur
 
Description New York, Grosset & Dunlap [1935] 
1 p. ., v-xi, 3-312 p. 21 cm. 
Notes

"First published, January 12, 1933 ... Thirtieth printing, September 20, 1935."

Subjects Food adulteration and inspection.  |  Drugs - Adulteration and analysis.  |  Patent medicines.  |  Cosmetics.  |  Cosmetics.  |  Drugs.  |  Food additives.  |  Food contamination.
Other authors/contributors Schlink, F. J. (Frederick John), 1891-, joint author
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