PERSONAL GLIMPSE OR THE DOCTOR AS A BUSINESS MAN

J. Arthur Bullard, M.D., Montrose, .   When I graduated from the Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia in 1827, I was in love with but two things. A girl and homoeopathy, and with not a dollar in my pocket, I married both of them. This soon meant for me a family, and the means with … Read more

EDITORIAL NOTES AND COMMENTS

Rabe R F   THERAPEUTICS OF HAY-FEVER.– In an editorial of this character, dealing with the purely practical side of the troublesome question, it is, of course, unnecessary to enter into a dissertation upon the etiology and nature of aestivo- autumnal catarrh. Medical journals, as well as textbooks on the practice of medicine, furnish abundant … Read more

NATRUM SULPHURICUM

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Atlantic City, N.J., July, 1923. Plumb Brown, M.D., Springfield, Mass.   “A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed”. I plan to leave to you, here present, the privilege of unfolding and enlarging upon Schuesslers Biochemic theory. Sulphate of Soda or Glaubers Salt is doubtless … Read more

RENAL AND URETERAL CALCULUS

This article has been written for Dr. Clarence Barletts book, “Clinical Medicine,” which has not as yet appeared in print.- EDITOR. Leon T. Ashcraft, M.D., Philadelphia.   Stone in the kidney may remain quiescent, producing no symptoms for years. A casual inspection of the urine which proves to contain pus, would suggest an inquiry into … Read more

RESULT WITH AMBRA GRISEA

Royal E.S. Hayes, M.D., Waterbury, Conn.   Having presented a study of Ambergris two years ago (published in THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, Vol. XXXVII, page 246), it may be interesting to recount some of the effects obtained by the use of this excellent remedy. The results in each case, unless otherwise noted, were prompt and effective; … Read more

CANCER A CONSTITUTIONAL DISEASE

Stuart Close   I. Readers of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER will see nothing especially starting in the title selected for this article. To them it will look perfectly natural, for the followers of Hahnemann have held that view of cancer continuously since he promulgated his theory of chronic diseases and included cancer as one of the … Read more

A PROTEST

┬áS.L. Guild-Leggett, H.M., M.D., Syracuse, N.Y.   Thoughtfully aroused by the appreciation of Dr. Eugene Underhill in his attitude toward the beginnings of chronic disease, or disturbances, as stated in the October number of THE HOMOEOPATHIC RECORDER, I wish particularly to emphasize the necessity, between homoeopathic physicians, of understanding the histories of cases for which … Read more