Nathaniel Chapman

Nathaniel Chapman

He, who for an ordinary cause, resigns the fate of his patient to mercury, is a vile enemy to the sick; and, if he is tolerably popular, will, in one successful season, have paved the way for the business of life, for he has enough to do, ever afterward, to stop the mercurial breach of the constitutions of his dilapidated patients. He has thrown himself in fearful proximity to death, and has now to fight him at arm's length as long as the patient maintains a miserable existence.More Nathaniel Chapman quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]
The profession to which we belong, once venerated...-has become corrupt and degenerate to the forfeiture of its social position...More Nathaniel Chapman quotes [03/29/2018 05:03:36]

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