Hellman’s accounts are readable, but they really miss the point of such pairings. It is not that one was right and that the other was wrong. Medicine tries over time to accommodate all positions, casts off those which are perceived as too weak by the various collectives in which it functions, and is willing to return to these or demonize them over time. This relationship also shifts as new discoveries, inventions, and beliefs are added to the art and science of medicine. What is true at one moment in medicine becomes anathema the next and then returns in triumph again (e.g., the history of ECT from 1950 until today).