Medicine: In Texas

The great body of respectable medical practitioners, the allopaths (as distinguished from the promoters of all sorts of strange and often quack cures and methods), have it as one of the strictest items of their code of ethics that they will not advertise their services in the public press or by any other commercial means. Any doctor who does so is regarded by them as beyond the pale, probably a quack.

But possibly this code of ethics may be modified, if one may judge by the recent action of the Texas State Medical Association. True,...

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