Full text: Problems in eugenics

44Section IVR. Dupuy. 
which ought normally to be eliminated, chiefly the chlorides and phosphates 
(in cases of apathy) or the hyper excretion of the same substances (in cases of 
instability). Moreover, the combined organotherapy ought to be considered 
as a “perfect touchstone” of dystrophy, and if applied according to certain 
rules, it gives results which are more complete and more certain than thyroid 
organotherapy by itself. It goes without saying that a special training is 
necessary for the intellectual “backwards” ; but before any attempt at 
education, it is necessary to treat their bodily deficiencies, and to place them 
in the special schools with the boarding system, where they will be under the 
eye both of the doctor and of the teacher.

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