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Bigots vs Time-Tested Medicine

Guest Post Written by Iman Navab (The Author) Bigots [1] In 300 B.C., Hippocrates was accused by his colleagues; he was called dung-eater, because he so carefully took note of the character of the fecal and waste material. In 162 A.D., Galen, who guided the ideas of medical knowledge, was persecuted by the doctors of […]

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A portrait of Samuel Hahnemann – Part I

Originally posted on hillviewroad:
In the students world of homeopathy we hear plenty of rumors about the elusive Hahnemann. But who was he really, and WHAT was he fighting for? The last few days have taken me on a brief historical trip, with the intention of gaining better insight into the healing mind of Samuel…

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