LEUKAEMIA

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940. PLUMB BROWN, M.D.   Dr. Claude E. Forkner defines leukaemia as “an invariably fatal systemic disease of unknown etiology, primarily involving the blood-forming organs and characterized by wide spread, rapid and disorderly proliferation of the leucocytes and their precursors and by the presence, almost without … Read more

DEPARTMENT OF PRACTICAL CASE MANAGEMENT

Eugene Underhill NOTES ON FOODS.   PERMISSIONS are very attractive in appearance as well as exceptionally sweet and pleasing to the taste. The astringent quality disappears as the fruit softens and ripens. They are especially delicious when served nearly ice cold. The color of the fruit varies from yellow to orange and red. Some strains … Read more

QUESTION AND ANSWER DEPARTMENT

Allan D Sutherland Note: Send questions to Dr. Eugene Underhill, Jr., 2010 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,.   Question: Lachesis has aggravation after sleep as a prominent symptom. In Lycopodium the 4 to 8 p.m. aggravation is equally characteristic. HOW SOON SHOULD THESE AGGRAVATIONS DISAPPEAR AFTER PRESCRIBING THE RESPECTIVE REMEDIES?. Answer: In general the last appearing symptom … Read more

HOMOEOPATHIC APHORISMS COMING FROM AN AMATEUR

Read before I.H.A., Bureau of Clinical Medicine, June 17, 1940. WILBUR K BOND., M.D.   Last year while listening to a series of aphorisms coming from a group of the older and wiser members I concluded that some of us younger ones might have something to say about our less mature observations, thereby lending a … Read more