WHY DISCRIMINATE?

The different light in which coroners view the many deaths under medical treatment which come to their attention, and an occasional death under Christian Science treatment, is aptly shown in a statement to the New York Sun by the Christian Science committee on publication for that state, from which we quote as follows:—

Just recently the New York city papers gave prominent notice to the statement that the coroner of Yonkers was looking for some grounds upon which to procure an indictment against the parents of a sixteen-year-old boy who dies of tuberculosis while under Christian Science treatment. The coroner had held office throughout the preceding year, during which one hundred and twenty persons had died of the same disease in Yonkers, all quite unnoticed by this official. It also appears that two other children of these parents had died from tuberculosis under medical treatment, and the coroner took no notice.

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THE WAYSHOWER
August 16, 1913
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