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In 1968 209 33. African-American patients waiting at Hahnemann Hospital's Outpatient clinic in 1959 225 34. Edward Wharton Shober 243 35. A white-coat ceremony for the class of 2000 of the MCP&sign;Hahnemann School of Medicine of Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, 1996 271 Page ix Preface and Acknowledgments IN 1988 the Allegheny Health, Education, and Research Foundation (AHERF) merged with the Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP, formerly the Woman's Medical College), and in 1993 with Hahnemann University (formerly the Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia).
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Guernsey (bottom); an unknown homeopath (the case at right inscribed with Samuel Hahnemann's bust); and Henry Detwiller (at left), possibly the vials from which he prescribed the first homeopathic dose in Pennsylvania in 1828. based on Hahnemann's own experience with the effects of drugs. In 1790 Hahnemann performed an experiment on himself: he took cinchona bark, a source of quinine, and discovered that the drug produced the symptoms of malaria, the disease it was known to cure. From this and similar tests he called "provings" (from the German PrÜfung, or "testing") Hahnemann concluded that a sick person could be cured of a disease by a drug that in a healthy person produced symptoms similar to those of the disease.