This affliction, like trouble with the eyes or teeth, falls entirely outside the physician's province; for
medicines, the physician's chief means of cure, are utterly powerless either to relieve or overcome it.
And, unfortunately, scarcely one sufferer in a hundred knows of anyone else to turn to, with the exception of
the surgeon, after finding that physicians can give no relief.
For the proper treatment of rupture has received little attention as a specialized profession.
Birth control, in the sense of the prevention of pregnancy by chemical, mechanical, or other artificial means,
is being widely advocated as a sure method of lessening poverty and of increasing the physical and mental
health of the nation. It is, therefore, advisable to examine these claims and the grounds on which they are
this treatise is
"Good morning. Dr. Stevens?" She addressed
a distinguished-looking, grey-haired
"Yes, I'm Dr. Stevens.
are Mrs. Charles
have come to see
you can help
me out of a very serious difficulty. I am disappointed in our own family physician. I have also called on
two other doctors, neither me any satisfaction." "I will do the best I can What is your trouble?"