HOMOEOPATHIC CANCER RESEARCH

By DR. GEORGE BURFORD.   THE profession of medicine and actually the whole kingdom are becoming more and more perturbed by the repeated reports of the Registrar-General that cancer has become among us a decimating our civilization, and, unless arrested, there will in a century be neither city nor civilization to tell the story of … Read more

DIET AND HEALTH

BY THE EDITOR.   EVERY stock breeder realizes the superlative importance of diet to the animals he breeds. He gives his horses, cows, dogs, a fair amount of exercise and fresh air, but he considers these of relatively minor importance compared with diet. Farmers have a traditional knowledge of the diet required for their animals. … Read more

PROFUSE MENSTRUATION AND FLOODING

By DR. E PETRIE HOYLE.   WHEN menstrual flow is simply too profuse, it is called menorrhagia. It occurs chiefly in early or middle life. The cause is practically never a local one. In rare cases it is causes by a fibroid growth interfering with muscular efforts of the wall of the womb. Later, about … Read more

THE BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF DISEASE

By DR. G. MADAUS. THE DANGER OF ACTING MECHANICALLY.   DOCTORS who think biologically cannot approve of the fashion of providing substitutes for the natural article, which has taken hold of the medical profession. The danger of the mechanic viewpoint and of the hunt for substitutes is shown in the treatment of diabetes with Insulin. … Read more

FIFTY REASONS FOR BEING A HOMOEOPATH

LETTERS TO AN ORTHODOX DOCTOR. By. DR. J. COMPTON BURNETT.   XLII. Having begun in my last communication to give you a case of deafness as my forty-first reason, I fell back on a case of neuralgia that had been suggested by it, and so that leaves the deaf lady to do duty now. Well, … Read more