Karl attacked for experimenting on orphans. Karl responds

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Karl attacked for experimenting on orphans.  Karl responds - VOL. XXX., NO. 50. OF IS HOTLY DEMUIGED Dr....
VOL. XXX., NO. 50. OF IS HOTLY DEMUIGED Dr. Cowei; of Royal College of Surgeons In London Is Heard OR. KARL VON RUCK ALSO CRITICIZED Dr. Von Ruck Issues Statement Statement Declaring His Critic In Error WASHINGTON, Des. 10. Vivisection Vivisection of animals as a methods of research research was denounced as wrong and misleading today by Dr. Richard Cowen of the Royal college of surgeons, surgeons, London, in an address before the International Anti-Vlvlsectton Anti-Vlvlsectton Anti-Vlvlsectton and animal Protection congress. "This mutilation and torture" Dr. Cowen said, "has led many earnest men along the wrong road of research. research. For more than a quarter of a century I have practiced surgery. I have performed some thousands of operations, yet cannot recall a .single ! instance In which 1 owed anything to public reports of vivisection expert- expert- IllOial-. IllOial-. IllOial-. Animal Tortureu. n Pmian AnrtnrmA tt.Rt lift. 000 animal have been tortured by a cancer cancer research society in the past two years with no resulting discovery. If K. i.oail alnnc f hn "hlnrtfi I stained path of animal vivisection" he added, had been spent in studying the disease from a clinical point and j It natural history in man, it would not be necessary now to announce the disease Incurable save by the knife. Daniel C. Beard, president of the Damp fire club of America, said he was a great lover of animals and was in hearty sympathy with the antl-vtvv antl-vtvv antl-vtvv section movement. Dr. Charles W. Dull, of Philadel phia, attacked the pasteur treatment for hydrophobia as "injurious and responsible responsible for many death. "The world is going to demand an accounting from vlvlsectora that against the cost of agony and death there be made known whatever gains in the wajr of discoveries of clearly demonstrated, value to humanity can be proved to exist," declared Dr. Albert Albert Leffingwell. of Philadelphia. Attacks Dr. Von Ruck. Frank Stephen of Philadelphia, after attacking what he ca'led "Frled-mann'i "Frled-mann'i "Frled-mann'i barbarities," charged that Dr. Karl Von Ruck, of Ashevllle, N. C. had acknowledged having used 329 children. 22 of them from the Baptist Baptist orphanage at Thomasvllle, N. GM furnished "by courtesy" of the house physician there, to experiment upon. The obituary of Von Ruck' experiments, experiments, said Mr. Stephens, also would be the "obituary" of any child upon whom he and his associate experi- experi- Contlnnrd on Fags Seven,) HI President to for It other gress ecutlv of and Wheth-waa The loan bo be and miA-t miA-t the ti Doit speech He the ruled the subject from being General with tonight keenly ments. doubt held mount-would eral on about The rebels

Clipped from Asheville Citizen-Times11 Dec 1913, ThuMain EditionsPage 1

Asheville Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina)11 Dec 1913, ThuMain EditionsPage 1
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