The Sight Saver by C.J. Gerling (1943)


“The Sight Saver” Is a gripping medical exposé on consumer eye products. Every year millions of dollars are spent on useless or dangerous eyewashes, and on a host of widely advertised patent eye products. The sales represent not only a cost and money, but all too often a loss of sight as well. This work attempts to combat the ignorance which enables such quackery and fraud to exist.

Hardcover in good condition. Dust jacket is intact but shows moderate signs of shelf wear. Cover boards and spine are intact and solid. Interior pages are clean and free of any marks. First edition published in 1943 by Harvest House, New York.

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