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CHAPTER XX: WHETHER ANY ONE CAN BE RESTORED BY THIS DIET ALONE
About good practitioners there should be no evil opinion not even suspicion but surely these ordinary doctors are distraught to think that this cure can accomplish so much and that it can act alone and that it has power beyond its own activity; so they complain loudly that many are suddenly cured everywhere from whom they had expected for themselves a permanent revenue and had counted on a perpetual income: wherefore they contend most stubbornly to keep any one from destroying faith in the things that please them a thing which they fear may happen. Recently indeed they have made certain worthless statements which if they are made honestly must be laid down to error but if from jealousy to outrageous conduct. Namely that a patient may be restored by this diet alone in the treatment with guaiacum
VON HUTTEN U, MENDELL CW. THE REMARKABLE MEDICINE GUAIACUM AND THE CURE OF THE GALLIC DISEASE. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1931;23(6):1045–1063. doi:10.1001/archderm.1931.03880240026004
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