If materia medica is not entitled to public censure in...

Evansville (Ind.) Courier

If materia medica is not entitled to public censure in the press for failing to check or destroy disease in a given case in its incipiency, there seems to be no good reason why a Christian Science practitioner should have especial notice in the press for not saving the man in the last stages of his trouble, after he had been treated by seven physicians, the last of whom gave up the case. If it is proper to censure a Christian Scientist because she took the case after the doctors had failed, then it is also proper to censure the doctor because he was called into the case after the Christian Scientist had failed. As a matter of fact, no school of practitioners has proved itself sufficiently successful to point the finger of condemnation at the failures of others.

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