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It is no easy task to pick one’s way from truth to truth through besetting errors  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) It would be a great thing to understand pain in all its meanings  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Common sense is in medicine the master workman  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Beware of language, for it is often a great cheat  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) There is nothing so captivating as new knowledge  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Remedies, indeed, are our great analysers of disease  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Faith and knowledge lean largely upon each other in the practice of medicine  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) The diagnosis of disease is often easy, often difficult, and often impossible  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Poisons and medicine are oftentimes the same substance given with different intents  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) People in general have no notion of the sort and amount of evidence often needed to prove the simplest matter of fact  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) It is the great mystery of life itself which is at the bottom of all the mysterious language we are obliged to employ concerning it  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Truth in all its kinds is most difficult to win; and truth in medicine is the most difficult of all  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) It takes as much time and trouble to pull down a falsehood as to build up a truth  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) The practice of physic is jostled by quacks on the one side, and by science on the other  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) We should always presume the disease to be curable, until its own nature prove it otherwise  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) Fortunate, indeed, is the man who takes exactly the right measure of himself, and holds a just balance between what he can acquire and what he can use, be it great or be it small!  (Peter Mere Latham Quotes) PRINT FREE GIANT POSTERS