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North East, Pa., March 15, 1897.
To the Editor:
—Can you give through the columns of your valuable Journal a short history of what is known hereabouts as the physio-medical school of the practice of medicine. I would like to know something as to its origin, wherein it differs from the Regular, how many colleges it has, and as to what States recognize it as a separate school, and especially as to whether any State law names a physio-medical practitioner as one of the legal examiners for that school upon any State Medical Examining Board?This may seem to be a long string of wants, but I am anxious to have it answered, as I see you are in the business of exposing humbugs.The following is my reason for asking you for the above information. We have near here a physio-medical practitioner who has never been before our State
Putnam BH. The Physio-Medical School? JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(13):614. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440130040015
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