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Homoeopathy must be looked upon as a therapeutic specialty and as such, must be taught. It must be taught to those who seek it and hence, in post-graduate schools or in special departments of existing medical colleges. The last contingency seems highly improbable.


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To the Editor.

The Homoeopathic Recorder.

I have recently sold my farm and shall move nearer to Morristown, N.J., and the greater facilities which this town affords. Will you kindly note my new address and hereafter have the Homoeopathic Recorder sent to me at 26 Armstrong Road, Morristown, N.J. I shall appreciate a note among the “Personals” to let subscribers know of my removal.

The older I grow and the longer my experience with patients and the profession becomes, the greater is my conviction of the following facts :.

Hahnemannian homoeopathy will always occupy a minority position with reference to both the laity and the profession.

Homoeopathy, not being spectacular in the ordinary sense, does not appeal to the vast majority of unthinking or superficially thinking people.

Homoeopathy must abolish its sectarian name and character, if it is to make progress at all.

Homoeopathy must be looked upon as a therapeutic specialty and as such, must be taught. It must be taught to those who seek it and hence, in post-graduate schools or in special departments of existing medical colleges. The last contingency seems highly improbable.

Eugene Underhill