Discovering Homeopathy

Revised and updated edition of: Homeopathy:Medicine for the 21st Century

by Dana Ullman

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Discovering Homeopathy is a revised, updated edition of Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century.
'The important concepts of homeopathy should be studied most seriously not only by those in medicine but in all social sciences. Dana Ullman's book is an eye-opener!'
-Robert Muller, Former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations

'Too often books on alternative medicine resort to doctor-baiting and mellow-speak psychobabble. This book does neither. The author states his case for homeopathy well by citing numerous double-blind laboratory and clinical studies that merit the attention of medical professionals and the general public alike.'
-Marvin McMillen, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Yale Medical School

'In the future, comprehensive health care will require an efficacious balance between allopathic, behavioral, and homeopathic interventions. By documenting the double-blind research concerning homeopathy and its clinical significance, Discovering Homoeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century represents a landmark book in establishing this vital synthesis.'
- Kenneth R. Pelletier, Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor, U.C.S.F. School of Medicine, and health consultant to IBM, AT&T, Xerox, and other major corporations

'The time has come to look again at even more basic ideas of the nature of living things in the light of recent advances in biology, physics, and electronics. I believe that this approach will provide verification for therapies such as homeopathy. Discovering Homoeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century presents a clear, concise, and fascinating review of the present status and scope of homeopathy for the general reader.'
- Robert Becker, M.D., orthopedic surgeon, author of The Body Electric and Cross Currents
Discovering Homeopathy
ISBN 9781556431081
Language English
Author Dana Ullman
Pages 275
Type Paperback
Printed in USA
Publisher North Atlantic Books