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Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection

University of Chicago. Library.

Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection

an exhibition of selected books in the history of medicine and the biological sciences : the University of Chicago Library and the Morris Fishbein Center for the Study of the History of Science and Medicine, October 31, 1972 to January 15, 1973.

by University of Chicago. Library.

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Published by University of Chicago in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishbein, Morris, -- 1889-1976 -- Library -- Catalogs,
  • Medicine -- History -- Exhibitions -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCatalogs
    ContributionsMorris Fishbein Center for the Study of the History of Science and Medicine.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[40] p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19157804M

    Being taught by Christian brothers from an early age, my sex education amounted to little more than “If you do it, it’s a sin and you’re going to Hell. If you don’t do it, you’re still going to Hell—because you’ve thought about doing it anyway and that’s still a sin, you dirty little bastards.” My father was more pragmatic—“I’ll tell you all about the birds and bees. I've been told that my Grandmother once said she was a distant cousin to Dr. Morris Fishbein. He wrote many medical books and was at one time ('s) chief editor of the American Medical Associations Journal and one of the most powerful men in medicine of his time.

    found: NUCMC data from National Libr. of Medicine for Kagan, S.R. Papers, (Morris Fishbein) found: Washington Post, 9/29/76 (Dr. Morris Fishbein, former editor of AMA Journal, health columnist, d. 9/76 after a long illness; survived by his wife, Anna).   One such stooge was Dr. Morris Fishbein, head for a time of the American Medical Association (AMA) and described by Bob Wallace on as a “shakedown artist” hellbent on destroying naturopathic medical inventors he couldn’t buy out: “Fishbein sent an attorney to make a token attempt to buy out Rife. Rife refused.

    She had already published “Rooseveltean Fact and Fable” and “The Natural Way to Health.” “These Cults” is a polemic against what Hale calls the “regular” medicine lauded in Dr. Morris Fishbein’s book that criticizes “healing cults” and drugless alternatives to allopathic, “scientific” medicine. This led to an ongoing battle with the newly formed AMA, which raged from to with much of it played out in the media. Hoxsey won a slander suit against Dr. Morris Fishbein, head of the Journal of the AMA. Hoxsey said AMA officials went after him because he would not sell them his formula. DVD.


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Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection by University of Chicago. Library. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Morris Fishbein has 21 books on Goodreads with 39 ratings. Morris Fishbein’s most popular book is Dr. Fishbein's Popular Illustrated Medical Encyclopedia. by Morris Fishbein | Jan 1, Hardcover Fads and quackery in healing;: An analysis of the foibles of the healing cults, with essays on various other peculiar notions in the health field.

Looking for books by Morris Fishbein. See all books authored by Morris Fishbein, including Medical Writing: The Technic and the Art., and Handy Home Medical Adviser and Concise Medical Encyclopedia, and more on This exhibition features works from the Dr.

Morris Fishbein Collection, consisting of books from Dr. Fishbein's personal library and others acquired on an endowed Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection book that continues to support the purchase of sources to support research and teaching in the history of science and medicine.

The Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection: An Exhibition of Selected Books in the History of Medicine and the Biological Sciences Works from the Dr. Morris Fishbein Collection, consisting of books from his personal library and others that support the research and teaching in the history of science and medicine.

Feb. 2, Dr. Morris Fishbein () originally studied to be a clown. Realizing he could make more money as a doctor, he entered medical school (where he failed anatomy), then barely graduated. He never treated a patient in his life.

James Couche, who was present at the clinic, used one of Rife's machines with great success for 22 years, long after the AMA had banned it. Then, to Rife's, and the nation's great misfortune, Fishbein heard about Rife's frequency machine.

Fishbein sent an attorney to make a token attempt to buy out Rife. Rife refused. Dr. Kike is the thinly-veiled Dr. Morris Fishbein (), editor of the Journal of the American Medical Associationfounding Editor of Medical World News (), fierce crusader against medical quackery, and strong proponent of regulating medical devices, too many of which were useless yet heavily promoted cures for cancer and.

Morris Fishbein is the infamous man who ran the AMA, the American Medical Association, for over 25 years from toand who was also the chief editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association. His rise to power began by labeling natural healers, Native Americans and American midwives of the time as all being “quacks,” thus beginning and ultimately empowering the.

* Harry Hoxsey's successful herbal formulas for the treatment of cancer, used in dozens of clinics across the USA in the s, were stomped into oblivion by an enraged FDA, after Hoxsey refused to sell his formula to Dr.

Morris Fishbein, then president of the AMA.(2). Modern Home Remedies (And How to Use Them) by Morris Fishbein and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Collection Overview Collection comprises a letter ( October 27) Morris Fishbein wrote to Dr.

Sinclair Taite regarding the purchase and shipment of volumes of the Bulletin of the Society of Medical History of Chicago. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections. More Biographical /. The Dr.

Morris Fishbein Collection; an exhibition of selected books in the history of medicine and the biological sciences, the University of Chicago Library and the Morris Fishbein Center for the Study of the History of Science and Medicine, Octo to Janu Endowed by Dr.

Morris Fishbein, long time editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association, and his wife Anna Fishbein, the Fishbein Center was inaugurated in to encourage the study of the history of science and medicine at the University of Chicago.

Selected Books Author: Giannēs Ritsos Publisher: Libros Libertad Pub. ISBN: Category: Literary Collections Page: View: Fishbein was a shakedown artist. Yet, today, there is a Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science and Medicine at the University of Chicago.

The AMA, a State-backed guild which today has a near-stranglehold on the medical profession, was founded in merely as a. Wrote ‘Dr. Pepy's Diary’ Dr. Fishbein, who traveled widely and gave about speeches a year to local medical groups, had a prodigious memory and claimed to know persona doctors, many of.

Skip to main content. Try Prime All. Hoxsey would get 10 percent of the profits, according to the offer, but only after ten years. The AMA would set the fees, keep all the profits for the first nine years, the reap 90 percent of the profits from the tenth year on.

The alleged offer would have given all control to a group of doctors including AMA boss Dr. Morris Fishbein. InMorris Fishbein wrote a hit piece on Hoxsey that was featured in the Hearst papers’ Sunday Magazine, available to 20 million readers.

The title was “Blood Money,” and it was full of the character assassination bile that Fishbein had spewed endlessly in JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association) over the previous years. InMorris Fishbein wrote a hit piece on Hoxsey that was featured in the Hearst papers' Sunday Magazine, available to 20 million readers.

The title was "Blood Money," and it was full of the character assassination bile that Fishbein had spewed endlessly in JAMA (Journal of American Medical Association) over the previous years.Historic Images Part Number: nef A: The short answer is no.

It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us.

A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in Rating: % positive.Medical Uses of Soap by Fishbein, Morris (ed.) and a great selection of related books, Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.

An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. Fishbein, Dr. Morris (Editor). Published by J. B. Lippincott Company.