It appears that simplicity bewilders many of us. Can the medical science be so simple is the feeling of many of us and stands in the way of accepting my harmonizing of the Ayurveda, Unani, Homoeopathy, Biochemistry and Allopathy. You ought to think more deeply about this simplification and harmonization and I hope you will agree with me after such deep thinking.
Antipathy and heteropathy are thus occasionally quite necessary to avoid the danger of immediate death and to secure time for the action of homoeopathic medicines. If this is true how can you differ from my statement that “all the agents employed in different systems of medicine must be employed homoeopathically, antipathically or heteropathically as occasion requires. This is the integration of several systems of medicines invogue”.
Therefore, even in the tuberculin test, positive reaction means susceptibility and negative reaction means immunity. It should be noted here that as after the Schick or the Dick test, you must try to immunise the positive reactors to tuberculin and not the negative reactors as is being done at present.
The problem is really this. We require very large umber of medical men, and we cannot turn out that large number of medical men, and we cannot turn out that large number of fully qualified men. How to solve it? We here ought to consider if we require a fully qualified medical man for every kind of illness. A fully qualified medial man is a physician as well as a surgeon.