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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1916)
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VOL. 1G, NO. lj
A DOCTOR'S TRIBUTE TO
"Since I became an Autologist my success has been marvelous.
When Autology was first placed in my hands I immediately recog
nized your wonderful grasp of the whole subject of Health and
Disease. Being a constitutional Rebel in all departments of intel
lectual pursuits and activity I felt no hesitancy in abandoning the old
grouping, experimenting, guessing method that requires the intro- ,
duction of that professional savior 'complications' with which we
so frequently, if not daily, justify ourselves following the death of a
patient or our inability to relieve, much less cure.
"AFTER ADOPTING AUTOLOGY AS MY EXCLUSIVE
METHOD OP TREATMENT IN ALL OASES I HAD PHENOM
ENAL SUCCESS HAVE NOT LOST A SINGLE CASE OF PNEU
MONIA, TYPHOID FEVER' APPENDICITIS, GASTRITIS AND
OTHER DISEASES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Edmond R. Moras, M. D.
Hazard University Medical School, '88; College
of Physicians and Surgeons (Chicago) '89; Form
erly House Physician and Surgeon in Cook County
Hospital (Chicago)-; Professor of Obstetrics, Col
lege of Physicians and Surgeons (Chicago).
"For years my wife suffered constantly and intensely from 'pelvic catarrh' and all the accompanying distress and
reflex pain, and like all such cases when dependent upon the old"professional orthodoxy her case became more chronic,
more painful. Thanks to Autology my wife is entirely recovered, has an almost inexhaustible fund of energy, great
endurance and excellent autologic health, '
"My mother, who resides in Southwest Texas, is a deep dyed in the wool Autologist a convert from experience.
Last winter she underwent the most serious illness she has experienced during her 75 years. During her illness I wired
and wrote her not to deviate one iota from the instructions. Thanks to her good judgment she adhered strictly to the
treatment and recovered fully and no doubt added years to her already long and useful life.
"Almost forgot the other good tidings too good to keep. For 15 years I wore glasses, one pair for general use and
oris for reading and writing. Today, thanks to you, my eyes are in excellent condition have not worn glasses in two
years read and write, pen and machine, large and small type, without difficulty or annoyance. ' .'; rv. V
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Autology saved my life. Three of the best physicians here'told me I?wuid.bfe compelled-to' have an; oration for
Appendicitis. Nevertheless, I have had no pain or indications of it since' fxAlomAutolooii eight years "ago. It lias
been nothing less than a "Godsend" to me. Mrs. C. K. G. (Name on request.) 1' ' ''. ' " r-, , "
I am getting better of the hardening of the arteries; all dizziness and heart thumping have disappeared & Cf
(Name on request.) "'.,. . -..v ,-OV
WELL OR SICK YOU NEED TAUTOLOGY
No man can have, a better physician than himself, is a truth as ancient as commonsensfe. Autology fe.the knowl
edge of yourself -the practise of livingness the business of health and disease. To understand your ailments is to
know how to cure them yourself. To understand your functions is to know how to keep well Well or sick vou need
rOUWANT BODILY AND MENTAL FREEDOM then send for A TmOAUTOLOGY- IT'S
FREE! You wi enjoy the reading and your request will in ho way obligate you to purchase Autologvand I never
bother anyone with follow-up letters or circulars. Please address : wutuie araoiogj dm.
Edmond R. Moras, M. D., 513 Sheridan Road, Highland Park, Illinois
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