We all know the joy of seeing sicknesses of definite symptoms yield, almost miraculously, to the remedy of like symptoms. We thrill to the triumphs of homeopathy in cholera, in dysentery, in ptomaine poisonings, in pneumonias, in broncho, pneumonias, in hundreds of conditions, trivial and severe. And then! ...we all come across cases which, after apparent yielding to the seemingly indicated remedy, recur; do less well; finally cease to respond. Why is this?
Protege of Kent, although she never studied with him. With money she inherited from her father she set up the Sir Henry James Tyler Scholarship Fund which sent several physicians, including D. Borland, and John Weir, to study with Kent between the years of 1908 to 1913. She worked in the London Homeopathic Hospital for over forty years. Editor of Homeopathy for eleven years. -Reprinted from Yasgur's Homeopathic Dictionary, 4th edition (Jay Yasgur).