Under the heading of "The Medical Schools," in your...

The Times

Under the heading of "The Medical Schools," in your issue of yesterday [Oct. 11], you print some remarks of Dr. Grimsdale, in which he politely refers to Christian Science practitioners as charlatans. A charlatan, in his opinion, is somebody who has the misfortune to differ from him. Of course this is unpardonable; but Dr. Grimsdale's remedy is perfectly simple. It is that the medical profession should heal the sick themselves. If they will do this, they may make up their minds they will be quite untroubled by the charlatans, as the public's sole desire is to get well, and it will only go to the people who it finds help it.

October 26, 1912

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