“They say nothing about the man except in connection with his tissues ; they characterize the changes in the tissues as the disease and all there is of the disease, its beginning and its end. In effect they proclaim disease to be something that exists without a cause.
They accept nothing but what can be felt with the fingers and seen with the eyes or otherwise observed through the sense, aided by improved instruments.
The finger is aided by the microscope to an elongated point, and the microscopic pathological results of disease are noted and considered to be the beginning and the ending, i.e., results without anything prior to them.
That is a summary of allopathic teaching as to the nature of sickness.”
~ Dr. J. T. Kent
- Class of 1894: New York Medical College and Hospital - August 23, 2018
- Philosophy of Homeopathy - August 15, 2018
- The difference between a Homeopath and an Allopath - July 19, 2016