Homeopathy’s ‘Crossovers’ to Allopathic Medicine: A Case Study, 1899-1920
John Haller Jr, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
This case study is intended to answer the question why so many homeopaths who generally were more successful monetarily in their practices than their allopathic rivals, chose to ‘crossover’ into allopathic medicine in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The study of the medical community in Rochester, New York, examines the city’s directories from 1899 through 1920 to answer that question.
Haller, John Jr
"Homeopathy’s ‘Crossovers’ to Allopathic Medicine: A Case Study, 1899-1920."
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