ods of treatment consistent wit
Osteo~athic
Oath
nsibility
to
preserve the health
and the life of my patients, to retal
spect both as a physician and a
friend who will guard their seeretswith sc pulous honor and fidelity, to per­
form faithfully my professional duties.
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employ only those recognized meth­
good
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dgment and with my skill and ability,
keeping in mind
d the body's inherent capacity for
recovery.
I will be ever vigilant in aidiDg
the general welfare of the community,
sustaining its laws and institutions. not engaging in those practices which will
in any way bring shame or discredit upon myself or my profession. I will give
no drugs for deadly purposes to ay rson, though it be asked of me.
I will endeavor
to
work in ac ord with my colleagues in a spirit of prog­
ressive co-operation, and never
J;Jy
ord or by act cast imput<ltions upon them
or their rightful practices.
I.
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will look with respect and e tee upon all those who have taught me my
art. To my college I will be
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a1 and strive always for its best interests and
for the interests of the students who
WI
come after me. I will be ever alert to
further the application of basic biologic truths to the healing ' arts and to
develop the principles of osteopathy which were first enunciated by Andrew
Taylor Still.
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