LITTLE JOKES ON THE SURGEON

   [Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 9-11, 1932.]. ALFRED PULFORD, M.D.   While training for, and hoping to be, a surgeon, I fell from grace, and my surgical experience became, as a consequence, badly neglected. Therefore, when your chairman asked me to write a paper for this bureau, I hardly knew what to … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY, AN EXPLANATIONS OF ITS PRINCIPLES

 A lecture given at the Royal Society of Medicine, London, England, July 26, 1932. SIR JOHN WEIR, K.C.V.O., M.D.   My first duty is to thank the President and Council of the Royal Society of Medicine for their unprecedented courtesy in offering hospitality and thus affording an opportunity of presenting to the profession some knowledge … Read more

THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE

[Read before the I.H.A., June 9-11, 1932. For the full text of the Presidents Message see The Transactions of the Fifty-third Annual Meeting of the I.H.A.]. PLUMB BROWN, M.D.   The hour has struck, bringing another year to its close, and we, as members of the International Hahnemannian Association, are gathered to take a final … Read more

THE VALUE OF THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN

   [Read before the Womens Homoeopathic League of Connecticut, October 18, 1932.]. EVANGELINE L. CLOSE.   Madame Chairman and Members of the Womans Homoeopathic League:. From our respective homes and varied occupations we have come together upon this occasion because of our belief in that system of cure known as homoeopathy. Doubtless, as good homoeopaths we … Read more

ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM, TEUCRIUM SCORADONIA, AND HELIX TOSTA

 [Read before the I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 9-11, 1932.]. A. H. GRIMMER, M.D.   ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM. This remedy is deep enough and broad enough in its sick making power to include all the chronic miasmata of Hahnemann. It must be strongly sycotic, as Hering states that warts on the dorsum of the penis … Read more