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Chronic Malaria

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
September
Year
1895
Copyright
Public Domain
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There are three kinds of chronic malaria, namely, that form which originally was contracted in a malaria district as simple chills and fever - acute malaria -and when the swamps wero improved and the g-erms became nearly extinct the disease became chronic. The second form is eaused by continuing to live in malarial districts, ín spite of the malaria, and acquiring the chronic form, although taking quinine all the time. The third is that disease which many people acquire every fall when they are not entirely well in other ways. The symptoms of these three froms of chronic malaria are exactly the same: chilly rigors, coated tongue, bad breath disturbed digestión, constant headache, constij)ation, biliousness, and many other symptoms which the malarial subject knows all too well. Noa-, in nearly all of these cases the patients have tried quinine, expecting to be cured ; but in every case have been disappointed. Quinine will not cure chronic malaria. How many failures have demonstrated this fact over and over again. But there is a remedy which rareiy fails tp cure promptly and permanently. It has cured thcuiands of cases of chronic malaria and is curing them right along. This remedy is Pe-ru-na. It can be procured at any drugstore, and be given a trial by every one who is sufferingfrom chronic malaria. A medical book devoted exclusively to the treatment, causes and cure of this disease - chronic malaria - will be sent free to any address by The Pe-ru. na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio.

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Old News
Ann Arbor Register