[<< wikiquote] John Milner Fothergill
John Milner Fothergill, M.D. (11 April 1841 – 28 June 1888), was a British physician and medical writer.


== Quotes ==
All the bloodshed caused by the warlike disposition of Napoleon is as nothing compared to the myriads of persons who have sunk into their graves through a misplaced confidence in the value of beef tea.
Quoted in Shall We Slay to Eat? by John Harvey Kellogg, Good Health Publishing Company, 1899, p. 124.


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