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January 24, 1903


JAMA. 1903;XL(4):250-251. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490040046011

A deep, dark and dangerous conspiracy has been unearthed by a member of the homeopathic medical department of Michigan University.1 It is, in short, an attempt under the auspices of the American Medical Association to amalgamate and ultimately annihilate the homeopathic school of practice. This is being done by the publication of the fact that any reputable and legally qualified physician who will agree not to profess or practice medical sectarianism is eligible through the county societies to membership in the Michigan State Medical Society. This does not seem at first sight nor after due consideration to be a very criminal proposition. Nor is there anything in the past professions of the homeopathic school to permit it consistently to object. It has flourished on its soi disant reputation of being a "new school," and inferredly a broader, better and more liberal body of practitioners than the "old school," whose

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