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5 B R A T T O N , M C C L E N D O N , F O S T E R , A N D W H I T E : Ind. Eng. Chem. Anal. Ed. 10: 600, 1938. 3 6 MEANS, W. , J. , E. , D E TAUROG, REINEKE, E . , D. , E. , ASTWOOD, E. , A N D R A W S O N , R . W . : Thyroid func tion as disclosed by newer methods of study. Ann. New York Acad. Sc. 50: 279-507, 1949. H E V E S Y : Radioactive Indicators. New York, 1948. ' H A R V E Y , C . O . : The determination of iodine in biological substances. Spec. Rep. , Med. Res. Council, London, no. 201 (1935).
8 but again not to zero. KimbalP^ states that in Michigan ENDEMIC GOITER: IODINE DEFICIENCY? 23 in 1924, 230 milligrams of potassium iodide or 200 milligrams of sodium iodide were added to each kilogram of salt. Although this is 10 times as much as is used for pregnant women in Switzerland and 40 times as much as is used by the Swiss pubhc it seemed not to be sufficient. 88 per cent of those taking iodized salt in 1936. Various workers have stated without proof that there is no shortage of iodine since food is transported long distances.
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Progress in Clinical Endocrinology by Samuel Soskin (Eds.)