Source: The Wholesome Woman
Source type: book
Document type: book chapter
Document title: “Unnecessary Surgical Operations” [chapter 13]
Author(s): Greer, J. H.
Publisher: Athenæum Publishing House
Place of publication: Chicago, Illinois
Year of publication: 1902
Pagination: 470-85 (excerpt below includes only page 475)
|Greer, J. H. “Unnecessary Surgical Operations” [chapter 13]. The Wholesome Woman. Chicago: Athenæum Publishing House, 1902: part 4, pp. 470-85.|
|excerpt of chapter|
|William McKinley (medical care: criticism).|
From title page: The Wholesome Woman: A Home Book of Tokology, Hygiene and Education for Maidens, Wives and Mothers: A Clean and Clear Exposition of Nature’s Laws and Mysteries.
From title page: By J. H. Greer, M. D., Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, College of Medicine and Surgery, Chicago.
Unnecessary Surgical Operations [excerpt]
It may be added here that the “eminent” physicians and surgeons who attended William McKinley knew no more about his case than any American man or woman of ordinary intelligence. They found out what was the matter—if they ever found it out—only after the gentle spirit of the beloved President had passed away and their own bloody instruments of “science” had mutilated his remains.