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In the Jubilee Number of the North American Journal of Homeopathy (1, 1902, 54), Dr. Millsop gives a gloomy view of the present state of homeopathic therapeutics. A bright picture is first exhibited, depicting the satisfactory side of the situation. The author says: "We have surgeons galore of the best quality; fine college buildings equipped with every modern appliance and competent instructors, numerous hospitals, dispensaries, etc., with a larger percentage of cures than recorded by any other school of medicine. In diagnosis we call to our aid all known scientific methods." After this array of the possessions of the "school," there follows a very pathetic narration of the one thing which it does not have, and which has always been supposed to be the one thing that distinguished the homeopathic from other "schools" of medicine and from scientific medicine. "There is one thing needful to render us the successful practitioners
THE ONE THING NEEDED BY THE HOMEOPATHIC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(7):464. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480070030007
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