Sir William Wilde, the well-known allopathic doctor of Dublin, which in his work entitled “Austria and its Institutions”, wrote:
“Upon comparing the report of the treatment of Cholera in the Homeopathic hospital [testified to by two allopathic medical inspectors appointed by Government] with that of the treatment of the same disease in the other hospitals of Vienna during the same period [the epidemic of 1836], it appeared that while two-thirds of the cases treated by Dr. Fleischmann [the physician of the Homeopathic hospital] recovered, two-thirds of those treated by the ordinary methods in the other hospitals died.”
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