TUBERCULOSIS OF THE RIGHT HIP CURED HOMOEOPATHICALLY

NETTLE CAMPBELL., M.D.   Mr. C.B, aged 28. Case had been diagnosed as tuberculosis of the hip by several eminent allopaths, and an operation advised. Patient is a blond, tall, slim, flat narrow, chest, active mentally. Family history; Father died of phthisis mother living and suffering from bleeding haemorrhoids, that at times amount to serious … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY IS ALL RIGHT,IF YOU CAN BELIEVE IN IT

[ Read before Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical society, Oct. 15, 1935]. (BONE TRAUMA; PSORIASIS; COMMENTS). ROYAL E. S. HAYES, M.D.   This remark of a regular brother who accidentally had a small degree of homoeopathic curiosity aroused provides plenty of vitamins for thought. There are so many facets for thoughtful consideration that at this time we … Read more

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT REMEDY

By DR. C.M. BOGER.   OUR old, brutal materialism seems to be slowly melting away. Even medicine is not escaping the metamorphosis. Early medicine did much groping about until the later Renaissance opened up the doctors minds to the hidden treasures of the past, excited their curiosity turning them into newer paths. Such a background … Read more

DO WE GET THE RIGHT MEDICINES?

Ellis Barker J   ┬áDEAR MR. BARKER, We hear from every direction of successful homoeopathic prescribing; not nearly enough, perhaps, for the lack of practitioners is appalling, but, sufficient to convince the most sceptical that “there is something in homoeopathy”. but what of the failures? Are they hidden behind a timid veil of uncertainty and … Read more

BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT, THEN STICK TO IT

[Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June9-11, 1932.]. CHARLES A. DIXON, M.D.   One of the finest things about keeping case records is, that in reviewing our failures we can visualize the whole ensemble and analyze each prescription separately. I presume that we all function pretty much alike and that when I mention … Read more

THE RIGHT OF THE UNBORN

┬áRead before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Philadelphia, July, 1926. Plumb Brown, M.D., Springfield, Mass.   I wish to consider the scope of the Bureau of Obstetrics and Pediatrics as extending from prior to conception on through the various developmental stages, both as regards parents and child, until at least sixteen years … Read more