A Right to Health and Happiness

The (New York) Globe

Editor of The Globe.

Sir:—The recent letter-writers in The Globe who are having a little fun with our friends the Christian Scientists, might be interested, if they have absolute faith in the infallibility of medicine and surgery as useful curative agents, to hear what some of the eminent surgeons and physicians have discovered in relation to their "science."

Dr. J. F. Baldwin of Columbus, O., declared recently before a Senate committee that it had been his observation "that nineteen-twentieths of all the cases a doctor is called upon to treat would get well without a doctor."

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