RENAL CALCULI CURED BY THE HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDY

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 8, 1935. HARVEY FARRINGTON, M.D.   Text books on homoeopathic therapeutics form a useful and necessary part of our literature, but the indications for remedies are usually meagre and unsatisfactory to the careful student of materia medica. Moreover, they are apt to lower the standard of prescribing with … Read more

SHOULD THE SURGEON BE A HOMOEOPATHIC PRESCRIBER?

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Surgery, June 8, 1935. DANIEL E.S. COLEMAN, PH.B., M.D., F.A.C.P.   Should the surgeon be a homoeopathic prescriber, or simply a mechanic making alterations and adjustments in the human machine? Should he leave the prescribing to another, or should he himself be familiar with the symptomatology of at least the … Read more

ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE LAW OF SIMILARS

Read before the Hahnemannian Round Table, Philadelphia, Nov., 1935. EUGENE UNDERHILL, JR. M.D.   Hippocrates, the “Father of medicine”, lived about the fourth century B.C. He is credited with having affirmed that diseases can be cured either by similars or by contraries and that the former are to be preferred. The principle or law of … Read more

STUDIES IN THE SCOPE OF STANNUM

Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 7, 1935. ELIZABETH WRIGHT HUBBARD, M.D.   Our materia medica gives a horde of symptoms for each of the well-proven remedies, on an empiric basis. This is practical if we can synthesize and remember the welter of detail. But our crying need in materia medica … Read more