SOME REMEDIES THAT SHOULD BE PROVED

  Read at the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 1931. GUY BECKLEY STEARNS, M.D. It has long been my ambition to collect samples of all of the elements which are procurable and to begin systematically to prove them. The elements being available and the provings having been started might encourage the continuation of the provings … Read more

CASES THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN SURGICAL

   Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 1931. W. J. SWEASEY POWERS, M.D.   I present the following cases for their clinical interest, realizing that the question as to whether a case is surgical or not, like all of our clinical judgments, is a matter of individual opinion. From this point of view, one … Read more

THE SYMPTOM TOTALITY

 ALFRED PULFORD, M.D.   My editorial, under the above caption, brought from one, whom I consider competent to judge, the following: “How can we get the primary symptoms from the patient? Why not explain more definitely your distinction between the similimum, and the similar remedy, and define more lucidly the primary pathogenetic symptoms? Why not … Read more