THE ETHICAL IN MEDICINE

This article was found by Dr. William E. Leonard, of Minneapolis Minn., among the posthumous papers of his father Dr. William H. Leonard (Yale 53). The Paracelsian comments have particular interest for homoeopathic physicians of the present day-EDITOR, H. R.   The following quotations from “Paracelsus” made the text for a few observations upon the … Read more

TUBERCULINUM IN PNEUMONIA

Read before The International Hahnemannian Association, July, 1923, Atlantic City, N.J. Sarat Chandra Ghose, M.D.   Editor of the “Indian Homoeopathic Reports” and President of the Medical Institute and Nabin Ch. Mitter Outdoor Homoeopathic Charitable Dispensary of Jessore, Bengal. Pneumonia is a very dangerous malady and if the progress of this disease be not arrested … Read more

CLINICAL CASES

R.del Mas, Ph.D., M.D., Hugo, Minn.   A Suppression? August 16, 1921: R. B., age eighteen. Weakness since Sunday, with vertigo and heart fluttering. Has taken plenty of physics. Pain in forehead. Cries in reciting his case. Vertigo on standing. Craves the open air. Sleepiness constant. Poisoning this summer, and has used plenty of sugar … Read more

THE INDIVIDUAL IN MEDICINE

Read before The International Hahnemannian Association, July, 1923, Atlantic City, N.J. Frank W. Patch, M.D.., Boston, Mass.   [Note: This article is invested with a peculiar and poignant interest and is given first place in this issue of THE RECORDER, because of the fact that its author, my long-time friend and one of our ablest … Read more

WHAT AM I

Read before the Annual Meeting of The International Hahnemannian Association, Atlantic City, N.J., July, 1923. Plumb Brown, M.D.,, Springfield, Mass.   In these days of extreme unrest, tense nerves, civic, religious social, medical and domestic chaos, scepticism, and egoism, is it not well for us occasionally to stop-and ask ourselves the question, “what am I?”. … Read more