Collargal (Crede's Colloidal Silver) reports of the committee appointed to consider the claims made regarding its effects
Authors: Bottomly, JT; Edmunds, CW; Hunt, R;
HERO ID: 630020
The attention of the Council was repeatedly called to certain claims made by the firm of Schering and . . .
The attention of the Council was repeatedly called to certain claims made by the firm of Schering and Glatz for the substance collargolum. These claims were of a most unusual character. If true, they would place the substance in the front rank of therapeutic agents; if unfounded, they would constitute a most reprehensible abuse of the confidence of the medical profession. In view of the importance of the matter, the Council wished to proceed with especial thoroughness. It was decided, therefore, to appoint a committee to consider the question whether exaggerated statements are contained in the pamphlets on collargol that have been distributed by the above-mentioned firm, the agents of the preparation in this country. The undersigned, being four of the five members of the committee thus appointed, beg to submit the following report: