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30 By midcentury a number of families began to select different systems of medicine for different family members and different kinds of disease. But at the same time American homeopaths prided themselves on their ability to treat serious epidemic diseases and publicly compared their successes to orthodox failures during and after epidemics. 31 William H. Holcombe (1825-1893), for example, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, read about the successes of homeopaths in Cincinnati treating cholera victims in 1849, and went there to study homeopathy before establishing his own homeopathic practice in Natchez, Mississippi.
Theirs was not an arrogant purity, the school's organizers explained, trying to assuage the fears of other homeopathic physicians and patients that a school would institutionalize privilege and give one group of homeopaths special power over the training of future generations of homeopathic practitioners. 15 This fear of orthodoxy was the reason that positive reviews of homeopathic ideas and books in orthodox medical journals were sometimes more disturbing to the homeopathic community than orthodox attacks.
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