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Observations on the scarlet-fever (Hahnemann, 1808)

The malignant scarlet-fever that has prevailed in Germany for eight years and proved fatal to many thousands of children and older persons, often so unexpectedly, so rapidly, and with symptoms never before heard of under such circumstances, this murderous disease, … Continue reading

 
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Cure and prevention of scarlet fever

(published as a pamphlet by Hahnemann in 1801) Preface Had I compiled a large book upon scarlet fever, I should have obtained, through the usual channels of publication, at least as much in the way of honorarium as by the … Continue reading

 
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Are the obstacles to certainty and simplicity in practical medicine insurmountable?

Are the obstacles to certainty and simplicity in practical medicine insurmountable? 1 Dr. Herz’s essay “On the Medicinal uses of the Phellandrium aquaticum,” andc., in the first part of the second volume of the Journal der practischen Arzneykunde, plunged me … Continue reading

 
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James Tyler Kent – Lecture on The second prescription

The second prescription – James Tyler Kent lecture read before the International Hahnemannian Association at Niagara Falls in 1888 Editorial Note: What perplexing problems we often meet in practice! How we crave, at times, the advice of a master mind! … Continue reading

 
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