SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE MAKES MOUNTAIN OF A MOLE HILL

A CASE REPORT. R. S. RASTOGI, B.A., M.D.H.   So long as physicians will continue to seek the causes of disease in germs, worms, viruses and pathological ultimates, which in reality are only the visible results of disease, so long will there be no dearth of failures in their attempt to heal the sick. Disease … Read more

THE SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE OF MODERN, ORTHODOX THERAPEUTICS

RUDOLPH F. RABE, M.D.   A patient of 59 was taken sick while at his summer country home, some thirty odd miles from Madison. A chill, followed by a rise in temperature, caused his immediate removal to a modern, well- equipped hospital, several miles from home. A local physician was called, not a homoeopath, as … Read more

Editorial – Medical And Scientific Publications

Bose N C   The Honble Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerji, Industries and Supply Minister, presented on April 6, 1948 to the Dominion Parliament the resolution on the Govt. of Indias Industrial policy. The Govt. of India proposed to set up a National Planning Commission to formulate programmes of development and to secure their execution. According … Read more

IS BIOCHEMISTRY SCIENTIFIC?

By J.T. HESELTON.   A FRIEND of mine has often a tilt at science. He is a man of more than ordinary intelligence and a keen Bible student. He believes, however, that the scientist, although multitudes accept his statements, is not to be trusted and a veritable enemy of the Christian faith. Indeed, he holds … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY THE SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM OF MEDICAL TREATMENT

  Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 25, 1936. GRACE STEVENS, M.D.   Science, as defined by Webster, is:. 1. Knowledge; knowledge of principles or facts. 2. Specifically, accumulated and accepted knowledge which has been systematized and formulated with reference to the discovery of general truths or the operation of general laws; knowledge classified … Read more

THE FUTURE OF “SCIENTIFIC” MEDICINE

By P. OCONNELL.   IT has often been noted that a special and peculiar difficulty exists in getting a philosophic idea into the heads of individuals ordinarily receptive to every other class of idea. Writers who venture into the foggy regions of prophecy about the wonders of the world of the future and the Utopian … Read more

SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE MORE STATISTICS

BY DR. BERTRAND P. ALLINSON. (From The Anti-Vivisection Journal).   THE text of the Registrar-Generals Statistical Review of England and Wales for 1933 has just appeared. It would be more helpful if this publication were to appear nearer the period to which it refers for we have already had the Statistical Review (Part I. Medical) … Read more

SCIENTIFIC REASONS FOR ABANDONING HOMOEOPATHY

  Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, June 9-11, 1932. DAYTON T. PULFORD, M.D. PROLOGUE.   Early training brings to bear a mighty influence on the plastic child. When one is born and bred into homoeopathy, as I was, it may take long to see the error of ones way. Hence, I wish to … Read more

Case Of Plain Doctoring Contrasted With Cures Based On Scientific Facts

Ironside A S   Several years ago I was called to see a patient suffering from violent pains over the left eye and the left side of the head. For seven weeks previous to the time I saw her she had had severe pains in that part of the head which drove her frantic, finally … Read more