McCollum Mc·Col·lum (mə-kŏl'əm), Elmer. 1879-1967.
American biochemist and nutritionist who first classified vitamins, distinguishing between fat-soluble (A) vitamins and water-soluble (B) vitamins.
mccollum added, “I want to tell you something, Joe Freeman, God got your judgment right in hell waiting for you.”
Brown had been serving a life sentence; mccollum had been on Death Row.
mccollum had been endorsed by former Gov. Jeb Bush, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, and Mike Huckabee.
mccollum learned the truth only after nearly 30 years, as a result of the same DNA test that exonerated both brothers.
More than three decades later, mccollum, now 50, and Brown, now 46, are free.
Beside the mug shot of mccollum was one of a man named Wayne Laws.
Dr. mccollum will tell you that the secret of it all lies in the green leaves.
Nor was it found, as mccollum and Pitz claimed, that antiscorbutics were replaceable by laxatives in the diet.
mccollum has demonstrated that grains, either singly or in combination will not maintain life and growth.