THE LAND OF THE FREE AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE

Read by title before the Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., June 19, 1951. DAYTON T. PULFORD, M.D.   It is often profitable to pull ones self out of ones own bailiwick and to betake oneself unto more enlightened lands and learn how the more enlightened members of the profession wrestled with the problems … Read more

SAVING THAT MASTOID CASE FROM THE SURGEON

Read before the Bureau of Pediatrics, I.H.A., July 4, 1950. WILBUR K BOND., M.D.   Potentially a bilateral mastoid case, there were first a viscous coryza, then tonsillitis, then an extension into both ears, the drums bulging and red, in a little two-year-old child. In any other hands but a Homoeopaths, wouldnt that case be … Read more

NOTES ON IGNATIA AMARA

Read before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., July 6, 1950. LAURA B. HURD, M.D.   Though extensively proved, we have not yet discovered the entire clinical range of Ignatia. In anxiety states, Ignatia frequently is the remedy of choice. An erratic, spasmodic, contradictory patient who wants to scream when spoken to often needs Ignatia, … Read more

COMPOUND RUBRICS AS AIDS TO YOUR PRESCRIPTION

Read before the Bureau of Homoeopathic Philosophy, I.H.A., June 20, 1951. ROBERT H. FARLEY, M.D.   From the very beginning of Homoeopathy our one great concern has been to establish a broad, conceptual generalization under which therapeutics might operate in an effective manner, similar to that used in other sciences such as optics, chemistry and … Read more

HOMOEOPATHY AND ITS CURABILITY

DR. K. CHATTERJI.   Modern researches and revelations of various germs, etc., as the causes or factors of so many diseases of the present years, have brought forth great change as regards precaution and treatment of the present diseases by our allopathic brethren, and have brought on considerable change in the course of their treatment … Read more