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NOMENCLATURE OF DISEASES OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.—A committee of thirty, including some of the most prominent medical men of London and vicinity, has been appointed to superintend the decennial revision of the nomenclature of diseases.Medical Record.

In 1869 these learned men, sitting in solemn conclave, concluded that the non surgical “ills which human flesh is heir to,” were just 901! Now they propose to increase our woes and add a few names to the list.

Theirs is a sad, sad case; but sad as it is there is a remedy— pure homoeopathy. Try it, gentlemen.


Source: The Homoeopathic Physician Vol. 01 No. 03, 1881, page 122
Description: A SAD CASE
Author: HPhys01
Year: 1881
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Attribution: Legatum Homeopathicum
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