FEW CLINICAL CASES

Read before The Bureau of Clinical Medicine, I.H.A. June 30, 1953. A.H.GRIMMER, M.D.   The things we learn from a review of clinical cases are valuable, not only in confirming the law of cure, but in developing and extending the philosophy of Homoeopathy. In that way prescribes grow in knowledge and efficiency in the administration … Read more

MY TEN MOST IMPORTANT REMEDIES IN FIFTY YEARS PRACTICE

Read before the Bureau. of Materia Medica, I.H.A. July 2, 1953. T.K. MOORE, M.D.   This title assigned to me by Dr. Clark includes at least thirty years non-homoeopathic practice in eye, ear, nose and throat. During this period we have seen many cases of inflammatory iris promptly wiped out by sodium salicylate from oil … Read more

SALTS OF POTASSIUM AT THE CRISES OF WOMANHOOD

Marion Belle Rood Read before the Bureau of Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, I.H.A., July 3, 1953.   Peculiar to womanhood is the function of conveying nutrition. from the tissues of the mother across a thin membrane, which we call semi-permeable, to the developing embryo and conveying from the embryo eliminative products across, to and through … Read more

HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS IN MAMMARY CANCER

Hilario Luna Castro Read by title before the Bureau of Materia Medica, I.H.A., July 2, 1953.   Pathological diagnosis is very interesting, especially when it is completed with a homoeopathic prescription-Royal E.S.Hayes, M.D. Mammary cancer in woman is that from of cancer which in the order of its frequency and malignity takes third place as … Read more