Organon of the Medical Art

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Birdcage Press, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 407 pages
A new translation of the Organon, this book contains a new format, complete with table of contents, index, and glossary, making the Organon easier to use and understand than ever before. Based on treating the whole patient rather than isolated symptoms, this pioneering text on homeopathy remains the foundation for study in this field.

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Hahnemann is the visionary 19th century physician who first developed homeopathic medicine. He distilled his philosophy and practice into the Organon of the Medical Art.

O'Reilly holds a master's degree from Harvard University and a doctorate in education from Stanford. She conducted research on women's health care and childbirth practices as an affiliated scholar at Stanford University's Institute for Research on Women and Gender. In her role as Executive Director of The Birth Place, a California out-of-hospital childbirth center, she worked closely with community groups and government agencies. She currently writes and lectures on topics related to homeopathic medicine.

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