Hahnemann, Samuel

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Hahnemann, Samuel

(hon'e-man)
[Ger. physician, 1755–1843]
The founder of homeopathy.
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FOUNDER: The man who started it all, Samuel Hahnemann
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Philadelphia physician Samuel Hahnemann developed the practice, and Copeland was its advocate as health commissioner of New York City from 1918 to 1923.
To quote Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), the founder of homeopathy, ``First and foremost, remove all obstacles to cure.
Modern homeopathy owes its existence to a German doctor called Samuel Hahnemann, who, in the late 18th century, first started using homeopathic methods to treat everything from blindness to dropsy.
Homeopathy as a system of medicine was founded in the 18th century by German physician Samuel Hahnemann, who believed that the conventional medical practices of the day, which included purging and bloodletting, were unnecessarily harsh.
New Era homeopathic remedies date back to the 18th century and the work of a German physician, Dr Samuel Hahnemann.
The potential lasting power of junk science is demonstrated by the story of German physician Samuel Hahnemann, who took quinine in 1776 to investigate its effect against malaria.
THE science of homoeopathic medicine - based on the principle of treating "like with like" - was developed over 100 years ago by Dr Samuel Hahnemann.
Propounded by German physician Samuel Hahnemann, MD, in the 18th Century, before acceptance of the germ theory of disease, homeopathy is based on three counterintuitive (most doctors would say utterly unscientific) principles.