WHAT IS A SPECIALIST

Layman (From The Medical World)   MEDICAL pundits continue to proclaim that the study and practice of medicine is so vast that no single person is able to master the details to a sufficient extent to enable him to practice the different branches into which modern medical practice is subdivided. And the untutored public, knowing … Read more

THE EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF MALIGNANT DISEASE

BY Geoffrey Keynes, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.S. John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Ltd.   Characters of the Tumour. – It is sometimes assumed that a cancer of the breast necessarily presents the characters of an infiltrating tumour, and that it will therefore always be fixed in the surrounding tissues. But this is by no means always … Read more

THE CO-OPERATION OF HOMOEOPATHY AND SURGERY

BY DR. GEORGE BURFORD.   SIR JOHN BLAND SUTTON, discoursing on the methods and processes of surgery, took occasion to emphasize the point that surgery in and by itself was not a curative measure. It was the vital reaction of the organism to the surgical stimulus that cured the case. It is these vital powers … Read more

HOW TO BE ALWAYS WELL

BY DR. ROBERT G. JACKSON.   “The danger in sugar lies in its unnatural concentration. Nature placed sugar in the sugar cane and the sugar beet in a more or less diluted concentration. Animals eating these entire products are vastly benefited by the unconcentrated carbohydrate represented in this sugar content, together with the associated carbohydrates, … Read more

CLINICAL REMEDIES IN DYSPEPSIA

BY ROBERT L. REDFIELD, M.D., Berkeley, California. (From the Pacific Coast Journal of Homoeopathy.).   To those who are fortunate enough to have a busy practice, accurate prescribing of homoeopathic remedies presents a puzzling problem. Men with Class A practices who are of homoeopathic extraction frequently find themselves so pressed for time that the homoeopathic … Read more