TWO ITEMS FOR THE ROUND TABLE

Read at the semi-annual meeting of the Connecticut Homoeopathic Society, Oct. 17, 1950. ROYAL E.S. HAYES, M.D.   I. A woman of thirty-four who had received, formerly, positive benefit from constitutional treatment appealed for help in quite a new difficulty. She had been promised an important church job provided she could sing high C. She … Read more

EDITORIAL

Royal Hayes CANCER AND CHRONIC DISEASE.   The homoeopathic approach to chronic disease and cancer differs from the approach of traditional medicine. Homoeopathy takes cognizance of the intangible forces operating in and around us; these forces are related to causes and work on the unseen planes of nature. Force, though material, is imponderable and without … Read more

IMPATIENCE A DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

Read before the Pennsylvania Homoeopathic Medical Society, October 4. EDWARD WHITMONT, M.D.   The most important medicines among the 82 which Kent lists under IMPATIENCE are: Acon., Ars., Aur., Bry., Calc., Cham., Coloc., Hep., Ign., Iod., Kali c., Lach., Lyc., Med., Nat. m., Nux v., Plat., Psor., Puls., Rhus tox., Sep., Sil., Staph., Sulf. Arg … Read more

RECENT CONCEPTS AND NEW FORMULAE IN MEDICINE

Read before the Joint Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, A.I.H. and I.H.A., July 5, 1950. A.H. GRIMMER, M.D.   Among progressive thinkers today the etiological concept of disease is vastly different than it was even a decade ago. Materialistic causation factors are largely replaced by a knowledge of the subtle forces producing distunement in the vital … Read more