"The State of Medicine in the Year 1945"

Title"The State of Medicine in the Year 1945"
Year for Search1895
AuthorsAbrams, Albert (1863-1924)
Secondary TitleTransactions of the Antiseptic Club Reported by Albert Abrams, A Member of the San Francisco Medical Profession
Pagination179-205
Date Published1895
PublisherE.B. Treat/E.C. Treat/J.Q. Adams & Co./N.D. McDonald/John P. Hobart/Johnson and Emigh
Place PublishedNew-York/Chicago, IL/Boston, MA/New Orleans, LA/Cincinnati, OH/San Francisco, CA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Satire. Capsule food has eliminated most disease. The number of physicians limited by law. Prevention of illness was the responsibility of one group of doctors; another group consulted in cases of severe illness; another castrated those guilty of crimes (no capital punishment); and another practiced euthanasia when the illness was incurable. Novels included ads.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. (New York: E. B. Treat, 1902), 179-205.

Holding Institutions

MiU, PSt

Author Note

The author (1863-1924) was a doctor who made many false claims about his ability to cure diseases with machines he invented.

Full Text

1895 Abrams, Albert (1863-1924). “The State of Medicine in the Year 1945.” In his Transactions of the Antiseptic Club Reported by Albert Abrams, A Member of the San Francisco Medical Profession (New-York: E. B. Treat/Chicago, IL: E. C. Treat/Boston, MA: J. Q. Adams & Co./New Orleans, LA: N. D. McDonald/Cincinnati, OH: John P. Hobart/San Francisco, CA: Johnson and Emigh, 1895), 179-205. Rpt. (New York: E. B. Treat, 1902), 179-205. MiU, PSt

Satire. Capsule food has eliminated most disease. The number of physicians limited by law. Prevention of illness was the responsibility of one group of doctors; another group consulted in cases of severe illness; another castrated those guilty of crimes (no capital punishment); and another practiced euthanasia when the illness was incurable. Novels included ads. The author was a doctor who made many false claims about his ability to cure diseases with machines he invented.