HISTORY: A historic image of the Homeopathic Hospital of Rhode Island in U.S. in early 1900’s.
According to Dr. Dudley Williams, a Homeopath from the Rhode Island in that era, said: “I did not lose a single case of influenza; my death rate in the pneumonia was 2.1%. The salycilates, including aspirin and quinine, were almost the sole standbys of the old school and it was a common thing to hear them speaking of losing 60% of their pneumonia cases.”
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