American Observer Medical Monthly, Volume 4

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1867 - Homeopathy
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Page 462 - And without a dissentient voice this proposition of their Directors was adopted by the shareholders of the General Provident Assurance Company. Here, then, we have a testimony borne to the great practical value of Homoeopathy which nothing can gainsay — against which ridicule and abuse, the only weapons by which we have hitherto been attacked, can avail nothing.
Page 462 - ... any other system ; that with respect to the more fatal classes of disease, the mortality under homoeopathy is small in comparison with that of allopathy ; that there are diseases not curable at all, under the latter system, which are perfectly curable under the former ; finally, that the medicines prescribed by homoeopaths do not injure the constitution, whereas those employed by allopaths not unfrequently entail the most serious, and, in many instances, fatal consequences. These data obtained,...
Page 485 - My opinion is, that more harm than good is done by physicians ; and I am convinced that had I left my patients to nature, instead of prescribing drugs, more would have been saved.

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