I was called to see Mrs. Cooper, a lady between sixty-five...

I was called to see Mrs. Cooper, a lady between sixty-five and seventy years of age, on or about the 1st of April, 1902, and found her suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia and jaundice. Her condition, as presented to me at the time, was so grave that any possibility of recovery seemed beyond all question from any standpoint of materia medica. Her breathing was labored from severe congestion of the lungs, and accumulation of mucus, which she could not throw off, owing to her weakened condition. This, together with the jaundiced condition, in one of her age, caused me to view the case as one of extreme gravity. No medicine was given. A Christian Science practitioner was called, to which no objection was raised, as no hopes of her recovery were entertained. To my great surprise and utter astonishment, the patient showed signs of improvement from her first treatment, and in less than one month was entirely well, and has since been in the enjoyment of perfect health.

I have been a practising physician and surgeon for thirty-five years, and gladly make this statement with the hope that some sufferer may be benefited thereby.

Thomas C. Baird, M.D., Kansas City, Mo.

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Testimony of Healing
For some ten or twelve years I had on the back of my...
April 1, 1905

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