ON a Saturday afternoon not long ago, a young man who is a professional singer and who had already enrolled himself as a Christian Science student, visited a more experienced Scientist and asked help for what seemed to be a serious throat disorder. Considerably alarmed at the symptoms, he said that he had several times in the past been afflicted in like manner, and that each succeeding attack had been much more severe than the one before it, practically laying him up for from one to three and four weeks.
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