Lectures on Materia Medica (2 Volumes in one Book)
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Lectures on Materia Medica (2 Volumes in one Book)

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Item Code: NAT114
Author: Carroll Dunham
Publisher: B. JAIN PUBLISHERS (P) LTD
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2017
ISBN: 9788131907283
Pages: 864
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details: 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 790 gm
About the Book

"Several Editions" speak more conveniently in praise of a book than any other word, reviewer or publisher could utter. Dr. Carroll Dunham, after graduating himself from the Columbia College, New York, made the acquaintance of Dr. Constantine Hering, one of the greatest physicians ever born, who became too helpful to him as well as generous and genial friend. In the meantime, he continued his study under Dr. Boenninghausen with a desire to know everything within the enclosure of the school of Homoeopathy. Subsequently, he gratified himself with Doctorate from College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York.

But did he stop there? No. He wanted to drink the cup of knowledge upto its last drop. He began to study under many of the Great Physicians and Specialists of Europe for years.

About the Author

Dr. Dunham delivered his knowledge in his book "Lectures on Materia Medico", an immortal part of Homoeopathic literature, an indispensable library aid to the practicing Homoeopathic practitioners.

The lectures contained in these volumes were delivered by Dr. Dunham while he occupied the chair of Materia Medica in the New york Homoeopathic Medical College.

They have been edited from his note-books, practically verbatim and are the ripe fruits of his thought and experience - in his own latest words, "too valuable to be lost".

Preface

THE lectures contained in these volumes were delivered by Dr. Dunham while he occupied the chair of Materia Medica in the New-York Homceopathic. Medical College.

They have been edited from his note-books, practically verbatim, and are the ripe fruit of his thought and experience,-in his own latest words, "too valuable to be lost."

His wife, now also deceased, made arrange-ments for their publication, hoping thereby to render his labors more available to the profession, and thus promote a chief object of his life,-the benefit of his fellow-men through the development and dissemination of a rational and scientific Therapeutics.

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