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Lyman, indeed, counsels prudence to the young man who has his way to make, and urges him " to fit up an attractive office and supply himself with the necessary books and instruments for the efficient practice of his profession before undertaking to invest in the meaning of viagra paraphernalia of a feminine wardrobe." Dr. E. L. Holmes says "the young physician should wait till he has at least an income viagra bangladesh sufficient for his own support," and Dr. Fletcher Ingals insists on this with "one hundred and fifty per cent, more on which to support a wife." Dr. Cassius D. Westcott, on the other hand, testifies that " a good wife will help a doc- 35 MEDICAL RECORD. [March 7, 1896 tor to provide a home for two almost as he can provide for himself alone;" and meaning of viagra Dr. James B. Herrick opines that "many a woman will be a positive saving in cash, a good financial investment." To Dr. D. R. 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