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""" and we pu#lish it here with $uch pleasure. eds %&J'( Dick perhaps we should start with the o#vious )uestion( 'ow did you *et into ho$eopathy+ RM( That,s a lon* story why - #eca$e a ho$eopath. - was disillusioned with $edicine and couldn,t even say why. At .irst - think it was $ainly an aesthetic thin*. -t all see$ed u*ly #rutal and *ross like the indi*nity o. tu#es co$in* in and out o. people everywhere. - can still recall a dyin* patient at /ellevue 'ospital where - did $y trainin* who was hooked up to 0ust a#out every conceiva#le device and - thou*ht to have to die this way was co$pletely #eyond the pale o. anythin* - could su#scri#e to as a physician. - think - ran out o. the roo$ not wantin* to #e a party to it. Mostly - 0ust played the *a$e #ut at such ti$es - would occasionally a#sent $ysel.. Another routine chore was havin* to inoculate $ice with pneu$ococci .ro$ our lo#ar pneu$onia patients a purely acade$ic e1ercise since we also did stained s$ears o. their sputu$. 2o there was also an unethical and i$$oral aspect to it #ut in the #e*innin* it was pri$arily an aesthetic revulsion which $ade $e disappear and re.use to participate. A.ter $y second year as a kind o. reward .or co$pletin* 3art - o. the %ational /oards $y parents *ave $e a trip to &urope. - re$e$#er $eetin* this *uy .ro$ 4inland who invited $e to *o up there with hi$ and - knew i. - did it - wouldn,t $ake it #ack in ti$e .or the .all ter$. -t was really te$ptin* #ut - chickened out #ecause - had no idea a#out what else to do with $y li.e. -n .act - ca$e very close to not $akin* it to $edical school in the .irst place. -n the su$$er a.ter $y 0unior year in colle*e - worked at a cancer research la# doin* #ioche$ical research which involved cuttin* up a s$all nu$#er o. $ice every day. 2i$ply #y $ultiplyin* these nu$#ers #y the nu$#er o. other pro0ects #ein* conducted there - suddenly had a vision o. what $edicine was really like and it was a#horrent to $e. That la# was a verita#le Auschwitz .or $ice. -n addition to their own research conducted on the pre$ises they shipped vast nu$#ers o. *enetically pure strains o. $ice and other e1peri$ental ani$als to scienti.ic institutions all over the world. - was horri.ied #y the enor$ous scale o. the slau*hter upon which the whole edi.ice o. so5called scienti.ic $edicine was #uilt. 4or the #etter part o. the su$$er - hid out in a dark alcove o. the li#rary readin* 4reud which was a#out as .ar away .ro$ 6hard6 science as - could *et there. -t was a $isera#le e1perience. As you can well i$a*ine $y senior year was a crisis o. indecision and sel.5dou#t. considered law *rad school even takin* ti$e o... - *uess -,$ really an acade$ic at heart. /y the ti$e - decided to *o to $edical school a.ter all .or reasons that re$ain o#scure to $e it was late sprin* and the classes were all .ull. The .act is - really had no #usiness *oin* that year #ut $y *rades were *ood $y .ather knew so$e#ody with connections at %ew 7ork 8niversity Medical 2chool and they $ade an e1tra place .or $e. 3osterity will have to 0ud*e how serious a $istake that was9 :;au*hter< The .irst two preclinical years were $ostly #ook learnin* in the #asic sciences. - wasn,t thrilled #ut certainly interested at ti$es en*a*ed with $y classes and - could at least tolerate the s$all clerkships that $et on the hospital wards. -t was the clinical years that al$ost .inished $e as -,ve descri#ed in =hy - /eca$e a 'o$eopath. (This essay was
t have anythin* to do with her #ut she was *oin* to have her #a#y at ho$e with or without help. . sur*ery and *ave dru*s as little as possi#le.arrived at her house . -t was a .decided that $edicine wasn.er patients #eyond $edicines and procedures na$ely $ysel.took a *raduate .ro$ Dr.t .was scared #ecause there were no nurses to hand $e thin*s set $e up or $ake $e look *ood and no docs or hospital to #ack $e up i. thin*s went sour. =hen . 7ou can #et .re$e$#er wantin* to do a va*inal e1a$ ri*ht away to see how la#or was pro*ressin* as -.tried to develop other strate*ies really not so .. -t was a *reat scene.d ever see a patient a*ain. /ut the candleli*ht the /ach playin* .t *et hurt too #adly. ti$e talkin* the$ out o.could wholeheartedly do as a physician and #y 1?@? .allin* apart. At the sa$e ti$e $y personal li. each patient.en0oyed $y internship in spite o.ellowship in philosophy at the 8niversity o.spent a lot o. 4or all its .it the individuality o. .elt clean and . 2he was due to *ive #irth in . only to help *uide the$ throu*h the $edical $aze so they wouldn.or $y . That was the settin* .orta#le in that role. %&J'( =hat kind o.did have so$ethin* to o. .could see with any theoretical ri*or or le*iti$acy. all $y old reservations. . the$ hal. the A-' and can #e ordered directly .also sensed she was *ivin* $e a present a way to practice $edicine without havin* to lay a trip on anyone.had to *o to work to support $y son and in particular to *o #ack to $y internship and *et $y license which certainly didn.thou*ht it was a pretty crazy idea #ut . eds.or internships and residencies . anyone had su**ested ho$eopathy or her#s or acupuncture or so$e such thin* -.t e1cite $e very $uch.was livin* in /oulder >olorado at the ti$e where -.d #een trained.$ sure -.was totally dosed to such a possi#ility. Then this wo$an calls out o.t resistance work. The #ulk o. to try to . $y practice consisted o.d have thou*ht they were nuts. what it $eant to #e a doctor and what the $edical enterprise was really . .icult #ecause $y only techni)ue or procedure was to $ake a dia*nosis and then put it on the shel.our weeks and her A/ wouldn.irst ho$e #irth.ro$ what .or $e and dou#ted -. university students and the youn* and even undera*e hippies who were then $ovin* to town.pu#lished in the Journal o.5crazed on pot or acid with #oa constrictors wrapped around their ar$s. . /y then there was al$ost nothin* le.ind a healin* path that would .divorced and .t in $edicine that could enthusiastically su#scri#e to. As a *uest in her ho$e it would no lon*er #e $y place to tell her what to do or how to live.un ti$e in $any ways.was e1cited #y the new $odel it i$plied. /ut ethically it .#e*an askin* $ysel. /ut i.ar .) 2o$ehow .realized .*ot throu*h school #ut when $y class$ates were applyin* and $atchin* . Much to $y surprise . The choice see$ed very stark to $e( everythin* was either yes or no #lack or white.d #een active in the antiwar $ove$ent and had done so$e co$$unity or*anizin* and dra.lourished in that environ$ent as ..do now The work was honest #ut )uite di.really hit rock #otto$. Moskowitz. As ti$e went on there was less and less that . >olorado and . $y own ener*y i. discovered .elt pretty co$.rather liked playin* doctor and . practice did you have e1actly+ RM( -t was $ostly students and street people( #irth control pills se1ually trans$itted diseases *onorrhea #ad dru* trips hepatitis pneu$onia youn* teena*ers and runaways livin* in crash pads $any o.e and .or.e was . the #lue. .aults $edicine was all that . My wi.
-t was 0ust #e. her health .could .was actively involved in what had clearly #eco$e a historical $ove$ent. li*ht all around the$ like a Madonna o.would happily devote the rest o. .was lookin* . others. -t wasn.ro$ $y own .e ener*y that pre. her e1perience.did. -t . -t was a #eauti.ound an old /ritish Materia Medica #y %eat#y and 2toneha$ in a used #ook store in Denver which $ade no sense to $e at all and wound up on a shel.or ho$eopathic re$edies with a pendulu$. An old lady . an old ho$eopath in Der$ont and asked hi$ i.ood store includin* dowsin* . Raphael or 4ra 4ilippo . what $edicine and healin* were all a#out.d know i. $y culture unlike acupuncture which . how -.knew it was 0ust what . =ith its holistic and spiritual e$phasis his approach see$ed very close to what .knew it . ho$eopathy at the ti$e .inally decided $y #est #et was to sit down and pay attention like everyone else. 'o$e #irth also opened $y eyes to other $odes o.so. that was an appropriate thin* to do to which he replied 6=ell sonny #oy .#e*an hearin* a#out ho$eopathy as well. There was no #ook learnin*.ascinated $e #ut see$ed .think you.e to studyin* and practicin* it.ore . That was in 1?BC. -.was deliverin* #a#ies hand over . the depths o. so$ethin* went wron* and . -t was durin* these years that . 'ere at last was so$ethin* ori*inatin* .or doin* in a $ore skill.ist and #e.ind out there.ul and deeply reli*ious e1perience .#e*an investi*atin* her#al $edicine nutrition psychotherapy acupuncture and anythin* else .elt intrusive under the circu$stances without any si*n or indication.eared would o#li*e $e to lose too $uch o.or a patient .was already doin* instinctively #y the seat o.*ot the na$e o. what .tly and everyone watchin* intently $ade it clear that the e1a$ was $y need real or i$a*inary not hers.ore -.ittle #y little . . -t never occurred to $e that anyone else would choose to do such a crazy thin* $uch less that it would #eco$e the $ainstay o.saw a .ippi. -n 1?B! or so .d seen it work . /ut the #irth see$ed like an ori*inal idea that this wo$an had thou*ht up out o.unda$entally alien and .held dear in order to practice it well. $y practice.had a patient who was aller*ic to #ee stin*s and .knew o.orce the #lood pressure to stay within the li$its we i$pose on it to $anipulate thyroid hor$one levels up or down and so .i*ured the split into $ind and #ody into a uni.d #etter co$e to our su$$er school96 . . -t was a revelation . $y pants.will treasure always. *atherin* dust with dozens o.ied way o. $y li.aint *ray halo o.. people #e*an callin* $e .orth.kept wonderin* how she knew how to do it since her other child had #een delivered under *eneral anesthesia nine years earlier. -t helped $e realize that =estern $edicine was #ased on its power to control hu$an physiolo*y to .$oved to %ew Me1ico to study Ariental $edicine with a Japanese teacher who$ . ti$e.was elated #ecause it was also =estern was part o. .ca$e to love and ad$ire. 2he tau*ht $e the whole course that way without sayin* a word. 'o$e #irth was $y initiation into another real$ a di$ension o.*ot there . li. healin*.d ask $ysel.or $e it turned around $y whole notion o.ore dawn on a clear April $ornin* and we all 0ust sat there starin* at $other and #a#y as people have always done since the #e*innin* o.had in $ind.knew in /oulder was doin* so$e a$azin* thin*s in the #ack roo$ o. 4or ho$eopathic $edicine o.ered $e nothin* $ore nor less than a philosophy and a $ethod . As soon as . us #ut .ro$ what little .or all o.ul and intelli*ent way what .t until a year or so later that a lot o. 4ortunately .took it into $y head to *ive her Apis. &ven #e. studyin* the hu$an or*anis$ as a whole. -n 1?BC .could swear ..or and that .
$istakes so$eti$es learnin* ..d lost her kid in the arroyo which was a *enuine e$er*ency in that kind o. A. =e learned as we went $akin* lots o. A 'ispanic lady who lived in the nei*h#orhood ca$e in screa$in* hysterically that she.ound the kid at the e1act spot it had indicated. %&J'( This Rae $achine is too .t open an o.ound a lost child with her pendulu$ while ..or re$edies and crank the$ out on the spot usin* her Rae $achine.history and #ack5*round that .irst it was $ainly Aconite /elladonna >ha$o$illa and Eelse$iu$ . you can accept the idea o.didn. 7ou $ay think it.d #e searchin* throu*h $y 7in*lin* to co$e up with so$ethin* #ut in the clutch all the re$edies sounded pretty $uch the sa$e.ter $y own learned prescriptions did nothin*.could realistically know at that level a.ter that two5week %ational >enter o. takin* care o. 7ou insert the card in the slot crank up the $a*net to the desired potency add a vial o. that re$edy.or $e9 . %&J'( =ere you practicin* ho$eopathy in /oulder + RM( %o.riend took out a topo*raphical $ap o.0ust spoke o. /ut that was also the nature o. .was visitin*. this stu. They.or$al practice until $ovin* to 2anta 4e in 1?BC. At such ti$es Maisie would invaria#ly say 62ounds like you.or a lon* ti$e and possi#ly even die i.ice or have a .ar out . .ten did a wo$an who$ . %&J'( A Rae $achine+ RM( -t.erence lines drawn throu*h the$ at various an*les supposedly the ener*etic 6si*nature6 o.could see. isn.or a#out a year with )uestiona#le results until .elt really scared and overwhel$ed #y the responsi#ility o. it #ut only a. terrain where a toddler could *et lost . her nei*h#ors and was likewise #uried in her #ack yard at her re)uest which was still le*al in %ew Me1ico #ack then.irst aid . concentric circles and radial inter. Maisie 3anos.had an old wo$an with a #i* tu$or that she hersel. 'o$eopathy course. At . My .evers and such 0ust the re$edies .*ave her re$edies .ound in a hurry. happened to #e a *i.i*uration o. a deal. -t was all . classical ho$eopathy the rest o. . throu*h used #ook stores which . =hen . $ore ru$$a*in*.could #e at ho$e with. 2he died in her #ed with the help o. There was also the added #onus o.hope to do when $y ti$e co$es.love to do anyway. seriously ill people. alcohol and 3resto9 Aut co$es your re$edy potentized and ready . *ood )uality li.re all thin*s -.ailed as they o.or use..e and at ho$e as .ro$ the$ and so$eti$es learnin* the wron* thin*s as is still the case. the area and dowsed with her pendulu$ until it stopped a#ruptly over a certain point and we all went out and .saw the$ work lots o.ten at a #irth -. -.s a radionic device that purports to #e a lar*e $a*net with a card . not . The wo$an . /esides i. -t was only in the last $onth that she developed $etastases and had to #e coa1ed in .or .s all nonsense as .or each re$edy a distinctive con.d call Dr.ted psychic who once .did at the ti$e #ut .took to #irths with $e would so$eti$es dowse . .$ still interested in these pheno$ena which could #e called 6e1peri$ental6 ho$eopathy.or G5rays.re doin* the ri*ht thin* 6 or 6Feep up the *ood work96 As it turned out the wo$an did have cancer and eventually died o.ittle #y little $y ho$eopathic practice *rew.ve #een doin* it ever since.ter three years o.t really want to know.have to tell you . suspected was cancer and didn.t that #i* o. $edical trainin*( see one do one teach one. =hen $y own learned prescriptions .was over $y head -. ti$es a.
irst articulated the$.ind si$pler in their preparation and $ore spiritual in their . 'ahne$ann hi$sel.s a lot o. any talent alon* that line. was .ocus.or$ulaic answer a#out that .ect re$edy when we could 0ust as well use /ach . >ure are every #it as uncanny and stran*e to $ost people.ten asked $ysel. -.or what he . skill on the part o.ascinated #y it that.s sour *rapes #ut . choosin* the per. 2i$ilars the vital . Ane patient recently told $e she had drea$ed o. =hat do we do with the dozens o.ruit. -.erent re$edies and tryin* the$ in a care.s interestin* how *uarded we #eco$e in the de.ense o. %&J'( . A year later she had another drea$ that she was *oin* to win the lottery so the ne1t day she played her . :.lowers which are $uch easier to .have lots o.s AF too.au*hter.ar out truths that have #eco$e vested interests .ore 'ahne$ann 2weden#or* the *reat poly$ath o. view can also lead to .t *ive a .ruit.or which he #eca$e . which we know very little.s all.know nothin* a#out this stu..initesi$al dose and the 6..orce the sin*le re$edy the in.la$es at the very hour he had docu$ented a . 3ri$itive as it $ay #e this stu.er $y #ooks and $y co$puter.$ drivin* at is that the ho$eopathic point o. 2weden hundreds o. -ts principles are still valid today in so$e ways $ay#e even $ore so than when 'ahne$ann .< RM( That. $iles .or $ysel.would welco$e a *ood electrodia*nostic practitioner in $y practice.. The #asic principles o. out there like electrodia*nostic $achines.ul practice .$ like a vir*in.or $ysel.ve o. pro$ise out there.pre. the classical $ethod like the /ach . At this point .or us.aw o. Althou*h he #e*an as a *ood ho$eopath /ach turned out to #e a saint so have a certain trust #oth . /ut in doin* so he also opened up a #i* can o.eat o.ul and painstakin* $anner. wor$s. sy$pto$s insu. There.our nu$#ers in a certain order which she re$e$#ered precisely #ecause she was so un$athe$atical.s Euy /eckley 2tearns a well5known classical ho$eopath discovered the pheno$enon and invented the dia*nostic procedure we now know as kinesiolo*y or $uscle testin*. The answer . This $ethod has sustained $e in a . the operator that the operator is an i$portant part o.*uess what -.aws6 o. May#e it. ho$eopathy the .love to study. =hen he returned he discovered that the city was indeed in . Thou*h we know very little a#out paranor$al pheno$ena ho$eopaths have always #een interested in the$ and even pioneered in their study. .s a lot o.iculty i$a*inin* such a thin* #ut at no ti$e when -. is that .en0oy co$parin* di. 2everal *enerations #e. who$ are *rievously ill.. telepathy . . . e)ually . is or could #e the la#oratory o..or $ore than !5 years.. The pro#le$ with all these techni)ues is that they still re)uire a *ood deal o. his ti$e had a vision o. 2tockhol$ #urnin* while he was hikin* in the north o.our nu$#ers and won H5 """. have . .ascinated with $es$eris$ and in the 1?!".ound it.icient to arrive at a re$edy so$e o. new re$edies 6discovered6 #y Euru Das and others+ =ho$ can we trust and on what #asis+ can. ho$eopathy.RM( -t.have no di. or anyone else.a$ous all over &urope. 7ou can say whatever you like #ut there has to #e a reality out there o.ound and the process #y which he . why we have to *o throu*h the enor$ous hassle o. /ut there.$ 0ust . the circuit. patients with a paucity o. . An the other hand -. .ve worked with a pendulu$ $ysel.ro$ the capital noted the ti$e and duly recorded it in his 0ournal.lower re$edies.shown the sli*htest hint o. interestin* stu.ul deviations #eyond the strict rules and li$its o.
$ #u$#lin* around with $y patients when -.ollow as lo*ically as the &le$ents o.ve 0ust #een talkin* a#out which $y patients also have to live with.orce the . you accept these pre$ises ho$eopathy is indeed as a#solute as $athe$atics. the lar*er co$$unity o. how we relate to our patients which we already a*ree a#out in lar*e $easure #ut haven.ro$ which all else .t articulated very well. we could even a*ree to practice in the sa$e way9 Don. %&J'( 'ow co$e this reverence o. 2i$ilars and the totality o.t .s also where we need to take a stand as part o. .*uess -.ive re$edies proposed that sound e)ually plausi#le .t content until he #eca$e a prophet. 'is .luential in the history o. a#solute )uasi5reli*ious truth.ind it.ll lose interest in it a*ain purely on aesthetic *rounds and pro#a#ly take up so$e other line o.t co$e to*ether on the .unda$entalist in respect o. we can. RM( Ri*ht9 As i.aws o.re in the possession o. 2o yes -. -.ollowers still think o.ir$ the *eneral $oral standards . To the e1tent that that ceases to #e true . theoretical and practical possi#ilities that do not necessarily a*ree with one another. that..olly -. 2uch is the lu1urious ..t no science o.irst ca$e up in $edical school. 2trictly speakin* there ain. =e start with a . %&J'( As i.ul and e1citin*. superior knowled*e where the choice o. the $ove$ent .$ certain the ri*ht re$edy could help the$ #ut .ll retire and write a novel or two #e.5ri*hteous #ecause we .ew a1io$s that can.ore .s a #i* $istake to try to de. work. while -.think it.$ a .ear -. propositions a#out health and disease #ut also in a $ore narrow technical sense.essionals to a. re$edies worthwhile.practice as .aw o.do #ecause it suits $e #ecause it $akes sense to $e #ut -. >ure . the sin*le re$edy #ut not in the sense that would kill or die .or a patient. we accept the vital . -n addition it inspired a *oodly nu$#er o. what $akes what we do art.or his $edical teachin*s #ecause the yo*a o...ike all other healers even the allopathic physicians we al$ost #eca$e ho$eopaths per.s a #i* part o. -t.s no reason to #e a.our or .or it or e1coriate others with di. uncertainty+ RM( -t all #oils down to how .personally haven. -. these( that. =hen we *et to the point o. the sin*le re$edy is the #asis o.s $y last #astion and $y last straw.raid o.s *rowin* and developin* so rapidly. Ri*ht .ro$ the #e*innin* the ho$eopathic viewpoint has opened up a whole new world o. the discipline that $akes $y study o. .t the$selves #e proven #ut .keep na**in* $ysel. uncertainty. the sin*le re$edy. 4or $ysel.t $uch use ..ollows. the re$edy #eco$es cut and dried with no $ore roo$ . sy$pto$s the sin*le re$edy the $ateria $edica the $ini$u$ dose then the .ine points o.eel we. -t. Re$e$#er that ho$eopathy is also a philosophy not 0ust in the ordinary loose sense o. techni)ue we can and $ust do so on the ethics o./ut so does . .$ not prepared to ostracize those who think di. ideas o. De#ate is healthy and desira#le and there.or diver*ent interpretations . view.erent points o.erently a#out such $atters. deviants like Rudolph 2teiner who started out as a ho$eopath #ut wasn. ho$eopathy were so cut and dried.. &ven i..also revere ho$eopathy purely as an intellectual construction #ut . a *eneral set o.pack it in. it. .orce deal with patients with particular individuals.re likely hear .ine ho$eopathy too narrowly at this point while it. Eo to any ho$eopathic $eetin* and you.indin* the si$illi$u$. &uclidean *eo$etry.s e1actly the sa$e aesthetic criterion that .can.or $e to *o on practicin* it re)uires a certain a$ount o. Althou*h he was very in. health pro. the$selves as ho$eopaths #ut early on he 0ettisoned the idea o.t hold your #reath9 'o$eopaths are notoriously sel.
irst *ot into ho$eopathy in 1?BC it see$ed al$ost $ori#und and could easily have died out in a short ti$e. .ul a#out layin* the$ on people without askin* 0ust #ecause we think it will do the$ so$e *ood.ro$ the old classical $ethod on down they. the -nternational . 7et the $ainstrea$in* o. /ut their po$pous act was so$ethin* else a*ain.or discretion and the potential . unreality a#out it $uch o.dou#t you *uys co$in* up today can appreciate what it $eant to us.or who$ the sacra$ent o.or ad0udicatin* those tricky *ray areas like when so$eone $akes an appoint$ent .i*a $eetin* in =ashin*ton when the 3resident o. his own .ro$ every#ody. =e also need a $echanis$ .re still innocent a#out all this stu. RM( -. in the virtues o. -n those days there were no phar$acies or retail stores to send patients to no teachin* clinics no schools. Dery . -n a certain . -n recent years there. $ethodolo*y and took the whole 4rench dele*ation with hi$ #ecause he . They were either retired or saints who also accepted a . $entality to #e drawn to it.unny way -. this when . . %ow it.or*et the 1?IB .ull tantru$. %&J'( Really -. 2ankaran #y Dithoulkas in $uch the sa$e vein as Dithoulkas hi$sel.still re$e$#er a cri$inal prosecution a*ainst a lay ho$eopath .. was especially aware o.ew donations on the side talkin* a#out so$ethin* they no lon*er did very $uch while the inter$ediate *eneration o. that era this $ore recent history has an air o. 7ou. A$erican citizenship .ll never . that ti$e when ho$eopathy was so out to lunch so .ve only studied with 3aul 'erscu and Dassilis Ehe*as.riend or relative in their a#sence in the hope o. the therapy which in her eyes took precedence over any need . the ti$e like so$e stock $arket #u##le that is #ound to co$e crashin* down a*ain.re too youn* to know this #ut when . The need .or a consensual relationship with her client. Another e1a$ple was the recent putdown o.ro$ Dithoulkas 2ankaran &izaya*a and all o.or a#use is that $uch *reater in the case o.or the #etter in so$e ways.s like those >u#an e1iles and their ri*ht5win* >on*ressional allies .ast..ession had nothin* to do with ho$eopathy per se #ut only with a . ho$eopathy has also chan*ed it ..#et to /ill Eray /o# 2chore Dave =e$#er and other veterans o.ound. active practitioners who should have #een carryin* the $ain teachin* load were nowhere to #e . -.went to >u#a recently. -t. the whole #usiness was *oin* down the tu#es and .$ a little a$#ivalent a#out the passin* o.s #een a *enuine revival #ut to $e and . was once put down #y &izaya*a and the 4rench. As a *roup 4rench ho$eopaths tend to use polyphar$acy and take a keen interest in $ode$ scienti.or usin* a De*a $achine on a reluctant patient with disastrous results. 'o$eopathic 3hysicians walked out over so$e point o.re all seductive to the e1tent that we . radionic devices or electrodia*nostic $achines like the De*a.ather.or a si15year5old #oy tru$ped even the parental ri*hts o. /ut .s so da$ned reasona#le and sensi#le that .that we are prepared to live #y and to punish the practices that discredit us all.elt personally insulted like a three5year5old in .ew o.or a skeptical .ve learned a lot . -t looked as i. -n A$erica today we. =e still need and want to learn . As is so o. $y teachers were actually $akin* their livin* #y practicin* it.ic research.ar #eyond the pale that it re)uired a special )uirky sort o. the$.$ pretty i*norant a#out these other practices -. *ivin* re$edies clandestinely.eel we have the a#solute truth so that we need to #e especially care.ten the case what dis*raced the pro.anatical #elie.ea*ue o.
These *uys are studyin* ho$eopathy not out o.eel . any alienation .ind co$$on *round even under these circu$stances also speaks well ..would call 6real6 or 6strai*ht6 doctors the kind who wear white la# coats wholeheartedly #elieve in the *oals and $ethods o. Jane Ryan >%M practices in =atertown Massachusetts.think . the *overn$ent. =e ask our readers to pay special attention to the plea .or al$ost any $odern audience an e1perience that was at least as inspirin* . us.ro$ the $edical viewpoint as is *enerally the case in %orth A$erica #ut si$ply #ecause there are no cash reserves or other resources to #uy the dru*s and $edical supplies they need.or us as . -n all these respects they are already $iles ahead o.act that we could .or supplies desperately needed there.ve #een where the ho$eopaths are what .can . The . .ortunate to have #een *iven the opportunity to teach the$ so$ethin* in spite o.(2ee the article in this issue #y Dr. $y own very di..er the$.or the co*ency and relevance o. Moskowitz descri#in* his trip to >u#a this sprin*. eds) >u#a was the .irst place -.or the$. $edical science and are *enerally pursuin* their studies with the #lessin* and support o.erent history and .airly say that they ate up and di*ested with relish every last $orsel that we could o. the #asic ho$eopathic $essa*e . .
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