Dr. Bob Beck's lecture on mp3 tells us at 32 minutes 48 seconds, begins with
but probably cause reversal in most things that medical science hasn't got a clue, how to handle, because in 1910, there was a thing called the Flexnor Report where Andrew Flexnor was sent out by Rockefeller Senior to stomp out electro-medical research and electro-medicine in America, why?, because Rockefeller had bought interests in pharmaceutical houses, if you can cure 'em for-with 25 cents worth of batteries, who could sell you $20,000 worth of AZT?, $3 a pill antibiotics ...
According to scientist Bob Beck D.Sc. who has his doctorate in science and who is responsible for designing two simple 'in vivo' blood electrification techniques, many HIV / Aids patients using his modalities have reached undetectable viral counts (as proven by Polymerase Chain Reaction -PCR-testing) at between 4-8 weeks of two hour per day therapy; still he says, he is constantly threatened by authorities. He is perhaps the most vocal critic of an alleged pharmaceutically-based conspiracy to cover up and discredit the electro-medical movement. Records indicate that in the 1930's the Flexnor Report declared the use of electricity in medicine quackery; conveniently ushering in the new antibiotic "wonder-drug" age. At the time, 10,000 medical practitioners in America alone, believed in and practiced electro-medicine. They were forced to stop or loose their licenses to practice
Although the American Medical Association was founded in 1847, sweeping changes in medical education did not occur until the issuance of the Carnegie Foundation's study, the "Flexnor Report" in 1910. In that year, the number of medical schools had dropped to 155, including a large number of proprietary schools, but according to the report, only one (John's Hopkins) provided acceptable medical training. Thus, began the end of the preceptor period and the beginning of strict state licensure and more uniform degree requirements.
II. Medical Education
A. Early medical education
a. Weak training and standards
2. Flexnor Report
a. Closed many weak medical training programs
Homepathy is a two-hundred year old system of medicine which began in Germany, discovered by Samuel Hahnemann, M.D. It spread throughout Europe and later, in the early 1800's to the United States. The successful treatment of epidemics such as cholera and yellow fever brought the popularity of homeopathic medicine to the United States. One quarter of all physicians were practicing homepaths. There were 110 homeopathic hospitals and 22 homeopathic medical schools. Homeopathy fell in decline because of the Flexnor Report of 1918, combined with the advent of pharmaceuticals.
The FLEXNOR REPORT (1910) destroyed American homeopathy and this was where it was king.
We had 23 medical schools and 150 hospitals, major clinics and assylums for the insane and TB patients by the time the FLEXNOR REPORT was issued in 1910.
Within three years, all of our schools save two and all of our hospitals, etc., fell into allopathic hands, because the philanthropists of the time used the FLEXNOR REPORT for the allocation of their funds in order to add prestige to their robber-baron names.
Homeopathy got bypassed, and allopathic medicine gained total control of world medicine.
Homeopathy survived in legitimate, Hahnemannian form in Germany amongst a few and rose to what it is now with more Hahnemannians alive today than at any other time in history.
But we are still the smallest minority in history.