THOUGHTS CONCERNING THE PROFESSION OF HOMOEOPATHY

  [ Presidential Address read before the Vermont Homoeopathic Society, May, 1936]. ALLEN D. SUTHERLAND, M.D. Before me is a group of men calling themselves homoeopaths, which, though small, is doubtless a representative cross-section of our great profession. I am wondering what the word homoeopathy means to you. What does it mean to you to be … Read more

A FEW NOTES ON DISEASE CAUSATION

  [ Presented before the Homoeopathic Laymens League of New Haven, Conn., 1935.]. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D. The human body in the fullness of health is an instrument of almost infinite possibilities. No other mechanism in all the world is capable of so wide a range of application and development. When we reflect upon all that … Read more

OBSERVING THE ACTION OF THE INDICATED REMEDY

  [Presented before the Connecticut Homoeopathic Medical Society, May 21, 1935). EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR., M.D. One of the obvious duties of the physician is to carefully observe the results of the treatment he prescribes. To intelligently observe there must be therapeutic simplicity. If several treatments or correctives are employed simultaneously or in rapid sequence accurate evaluation … Read more