Beard's treatment

Beard's treatment

A trypsin-based therapy of unverified efficacy described by Dr George Miller Beard (1839–1883).
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Certainly, the enthusiasm for the X-ray, discovered in 1895 by Rontgen, helped push Beard's treatment into the background.
Above and beyond the influence of personality, the vagaries of the media, and the realities of scientific politics, we suspect that poor quality enzyme products did much to undermine Beard's treatment.
While Beard's treatment of the Grand Tour is necessarily cursory, Jeremy Black's the British Abroad examines the subject in some detail.