The Medical Advocate, 1885, Vol. 7 : A Monthly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, and the Kindred Sciences (Classic Reprint)
Its encouragement among the masses and the propagation of ideas in connec tion with it, is the duty of every one interested in the disestablishment of monopoly. Not until the public are made acquainted with the merits of every school of practice, and they are disa abused of the notion that the orthodox practitioner is the most respectable and the sole possessor of all the knowledge pertaining to medical science, will justice be meted out to those who best deserve it.
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