The Heart Patient Presents Two Faces

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Title

The Heart Patient Presents Two Faces

Description

Advertisement for Meprospan (meprobamate), manufactured by Wallace Laboratories. The ad appeared in the journal Medical Economics on January 5, 1970. The ad uses the King of Hearts playing card to make an analogy with the "two faces" of heart disease, both the physiological and emotional aspects. The ad reports that Meprospan provides sustained release as a "silent companion" for patients with anxiety associated with heart disease.

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The advertisements in the AIHP Mickey Smith Drug Advertising Collection were published after 1923 and are not in the public domain. Under Fair Use, users may view or reproduce (print or download) materials from the collection for research, teaching, private study, or general interest. Users must provide proper attribution to the AIHP Mickey Smith Drug Advertising Collection in all copies. For any other uses, including reprinting or reproduction, users must contact the current rights holder for permission. For more information about the collection, please contact the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy: aihp@aihp.org.
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Language

eng

Identifier

msdac-049-meprospan

Extent

2 pages

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Original Format

Citation

Wallace Pharmaceuticals, “The Heart Patient Presents Two Faces,” American Institute of the History of Pharmacy Digital Collection, accessed November 28, 2022, https://aihp.omeka.net/items/show/678.