The Views of a Physician

The following excerpts from an article which recently appeared in The Independent, were not written by an opponent of materia medica, but by a distinguished member of the medical profession, A. E. Wright, M.D., of whom The Independent says,—

"Dr. Wright is one of the highest recognized medical authorities in England. He is the Pathologist and Bacteriologist of St. Mary's Hospital, London, and was lately Professor of Pathology in the Army Medical School at Netley, and was a member of the India Plague Commission."

The article is a plea for more extensive medical research, and it contains a frank admission that physicians "are not, in fact, making any effort worthy of the name to solve the problems of disease." Dr. Wright says,—

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Peace and Progress
September 9, 1905

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