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Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers on her i/leg , Mrs E; Rohan, of 6, Maclaggan street, I Punedin, N Z , was threatened with.perman. ent lamenesß until Zam-H,uk to draw oat ithe' corruption and perfectly heal tht timbi , . '. •&» """;.

"Fearful leg uleer3," said Mrs Rohan. ••nau?ed me 29 years of pain and suffering The trouble in the first instance resulteo frnm a kick,'but blood poison, whiob after wards set in, really started .my long life 01 misttify.. .,■ ~• . " The burning pajn and irritation set U[ ; by the sores was awful, and it gave me no rest, either day or night. .. .-,: : "I attended the hospital for seven months altogether,; and underwent Ctwo operations., But the treatment made my legs even worse; and the crippling ulders spread round the' ankle.'v When hospital doqtors had; failed, -V began to try all sorts of ointments andreirne*: dies thai Were recommended, but they wer& quite' α^elese.'!/','-V.;-';.f v- ■■ '.''' •■.-.'. :-■/■:! -v : ': , : >,"'A't- lengiih"r>.giDt->a': pof • 01,. 55am.5Buk'; ; the!-; one that was of >eal ■Whejnj t started regular: dressings of soon gave iproof Jof itk; remarkable j heiUing nowei. "■'. Zam• Buk Isooihe ft way all -1 the burning pain and irrigation and my per severance waß rewarded by seeing the leg 1 heal petfeotly. .~• /..'•■> '':r: : Z-' ''■''■■' / v -'I am sure there is nothing else,like Z.arn' Buk for obsinate ulcere and sores,"

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LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914

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LEG POISONED AND ULCERATED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4395, 12 May 1914

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