pure water, clear sunshine. All we need to do is to keep these pure and clean, and to use all we possibly can of them. The greatest good the medical profession has done mankind is in discovering the value of these gifts of God and showing us how to use them.
The Chinese have long had the right idea---they pay their physicians to keep them well, not to cure them of sickness. And the thing that made the reputation of such men as Gorgas, Reed, Flexner, Carrel, was not their cure of disease---but their prevention of it.
That way lies the future of medicine---bringing our surroundings back to the natural wholesome conditions for which we were created. That way lies health and happiness for all---cleanliness inside and out, clean air, pure water, plenty of sunshine---and right thinking!