“It is earnestly hoped that each and every medical college will include in its curriculum, instruction in the Principles and Practice of Pharmacy. The physician who dispenses medicine should at least be qualified to supplement the work of the professional pharmacist so thoroughly and accurately that his clinical reports will have a scientific value.
Pharmaceutical knowledge seems to beâ”¬Ã¡even more important to homeopathic than to allopathic practitioners, for the reason that only a portion of the former are within easy reach of the professional pharmacist who understands the preparation of medicines for homeopathic use.”
~ Dr. Pemberton Dudley, President of American Institute of Homeopathy, Year 1897.
I Love Homeopathy,