GOLD AND SILVER AS REMEDIES IN DISEASE

BY HAROLD FERGIE WOODS,. M.D. (Brux.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.).   DISCUSSION The CHAIRMAN said that he held a long-standing objection to the President, as President, making the first remarks upon a paper, because frequently it seemed to limit what might be said by other speakers. So he would not say anything at the moment … Read more

THE PRINCES OF SERENDIP

Read before The Hahnemann Club, Philadelphia, Pa., April 9, 1947. VICTOR C. LAUGHLIN, M.D.   Largely stimulated by a study of the professional career of Hahnemann, the circumstances surrounding his discovery and promulgation of the “Simili Principle in Medicine,” I became interested in the effect on science generally, and on medicine in particular, of discoveries … Read more

REMEDIES COMMONLY USEFUL IN INFLUENZA

Read before the Massachusetts Homoeopathic Society. Nov. 11. 1931. MARTHA BOGER-SHATTUCK, M.D.   Remedies successful in the treatment of influenza vary directly with the season temperature, and barometric pressure, as well as with the individual ego. It would seem unnecessary to stress the individuality of the patient among a group of so-called homoeopathic graduates. However, … Read more