SOME “FAMOUS” CASES

[Dr. N.M.JAISOORYA, M.D. Hyderabad Deccan.]   Eight years ago, when I renounced my thriving allopathic practice to openly accept Homoeopathy, there was an uproar. My professional brethren thought I had gone crazy and openly laughed at me. May father, the doyen and senior most leader in the profession felt greatly hurt, felt that all the … Read more

COMMUNICATIONS

Bose N C *The Editors assume no responsibility for the opinions expressed in this department. Disease: Its Nature, Cause and Cure (IN ITS RELATION TO HOMOEOPATHY)   One is rather amazed when one reads of listens to the discussions, the dissertations and theories propounded by the supposedly most highly learned of the medical profession in … Read more

EMERGENCIES OF GENERAL PRACTICE

Douglas Morris Borland   Dr. A MONCRIEFF added her thanks to Dr. Borland whom she considered our most brilliant prescriber in acute conditions, and what success she had in acute prescribing she felt was due to his teaching. In her childrens clinic she had a great number of cases of otitis media and most of … Read more

THE MILKS AS HOMOEOPATHIC AGENTS

*Read by title before I.H.A., Bureau of Materia Medica, June 18, 1940.   H.A.ROBERTS, M.D. Inherited tendencies are the gifts of the parents and are woven into the protoplasm, but the diet factor enters into the development of the individual from the very first feeding. During infancy and childhood structural diet problems take precedence over … Read more