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Aloe vera gel in peptic ulcer therapy: preliminary report.

@article{Blitz1963AloeVG,
  title={Aloe vera gel in peptic ulcer therapy: preliminary report.},
  author={J. Blitz and J. Smith and J. Gerard},
  journal={The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association},
  year={1963},
  volume={62},
  pages={
          731-5
        }
}
At this time both the medical and surgical procedures employed in the management of peptic ulcer are directed principally to the control of the peripheral gastric secretory mechanism. Satisfactory clinical methods are available for achieving such control, but the very variety of these methods suggests to some degree that scientific certainty is still lacking. As Allen puts it, “Present therapy is directed primarily at the physiologic sequela and not the physiologic stimulus.” 
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