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" Prof. Alonzo Clark, MD, of the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons, says: "All of our curative agents are poisons, and, as a consequence, every dose diminishes the patient's vitality. "
The New Success : Marden's Magazine - Page 104
1921
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The Psychology of Sleep

Bolton Hall - 1911
...as a consulting physician in New York City, is quoted as saying, " All curative agents, so called, are poisons, and, as a consequence, every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." I doubt whether this view of drugs would be seriously contested by any of his professional brethren...
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The Gift of Sleep

Bolton Hall - Sleep - 1911 - 305 pages
...as a consulting physician in New York City, is quoted as saying, " All curative agents, so called, are poisons, and, as a consequence, every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." I doubt whether this view of drugs would be seriously contested by any of his professional brethren...
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The power of the church to prevail in prayer

Alma White - Christian life - 1912
...medical doctrines are, for the most part, stark, staring nonsense." — PROF. GREGORY, Edinburgh. A ."All medicines which enter the circulation, poison...same manner as do the poisons that produce disease." — PROF. Jos. SMITH, NEW YORK COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. The devil is doing a mammoth business...
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The World's Work, Volume 24

1912
...authority as Prof. Alonzo Clark, MD, of the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons, says: "All of our curative agents are poisons and as a consequence every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." No, none of these are necessary or effective for the specific purpose of defeating this greatest of...
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Homiletic Review, Volume 67

1914
...the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons, says : ' 'All of our curative agents are poi sons, and as a consequence every dose diminishes the patient's...organism can be kept as sweet and pure and clean as the externa and by the same natural, sane methodbathing. By the proper system warm water can be introduced...
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The Smart Set, Volume 36

1912
...physicians: Prof. Alonzo Clark, MD, of the NewYork College of Physicians and Surgeons, says: " All of our curative agents are poisons, and as a consequence,...patient's vitality." Prof. Joseph M. Smith, MD, of the sameschool, says: "All medicines which enter the circulation poison the blood in the same manner as...
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The World's Work

Walter Hines Page, Arthur W. Page - American literature - 1911
...Physicians and Surgeons, says: "All of our curative agents are poisons, and as a consequence, even' dose diminishes the patient's vitality." Prof. Joseph...medicines which enter the circulation, poison the bloo.! in the same manner as 'do the poisons that produce disease." Now, the internal organism can...
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The Hygienic System

R. T. Trall - 1956 - 100 pages
...replaced. The system is weakened just so much as it has lost its vitality." Says Professor Clerk: "All of our curative agents are poisons, and, as a consequence, every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." Says Professor Barker: "I have known several ladies to become habitual drunkards, . the primary cause...
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Health and Diseases of Woman 1872: Tobacco Using 1872

R. T. Trall - Social Science - 1957 - 85 pages
...regained. Says Professor Clarke, of the New York- College of Physicians and surgeons: "All of our medicines are poisons, and as a consequence every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." Let those who have suffered a diminution of vitality one hundred or one thousand times in this way,...
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The True Healing Art

R. T. Trall - 1993 - 102 pages
...testimony. Says Professor Alonzo Clark, MD, of the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons : " All of our curative agents are poisons, and as a consequence, every dose diminishes the patient's vitality." Says Professor Joseph M. Smith, MD, of the same school : " All medicines which enter the circulation...
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