Over the past years many new remedies have been proposed for the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers. When tested by a controlled clinical trial these drugs have nearly always proved ineffectual, or, if they showed some effect at first, this tended to wear off with the passage of time. That alkalis can relieve pain is not in doubt, but the evidence to suggest that any drug can speed the healing of an ulcer is very sparse.
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