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The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy - Dana Ullman, 2007

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What do Charles Darwin, David Beckham, Tina Turner, eleven American presidents, and seven popes have in common?
All have advocated for or been enthusiastic fans of homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy has been supported by many of the most respected people of the past 200 years, and modern science is finally catching up. In The Homeopathic Revolution, Dana Ullman recounts the fascinating personal experiences of many well-known people from a variety of fields and describes important scientific studies of homeopathy that verify its value. Through his new definition of homeopathy as nanopharmacology, he shows that this often-controversial form of health care is the medicine for the twenty-first century.

"How do we reconcile the fact that the American Medical Association has long held homeopathy to be worthless, when so many people have reported that they found help for their ills in homeopathy? The AMA responds that patients are unqualified to evaluate the treatment they receive. I think that attitude is phenomenally patronizing, and I think that Dana Ullman has done us a major service in showing that many of the smartest and most successful people in recent history have publicly expressed appreciation for the benefits they have received from homeopathy."

John Robbins, Author of Diet For A New America, and Healthy At 100.

"The pharmaceutic industry will hate this book almost as much as the AMA. KUDOS, Dana Ullman, for providing the foundations for a broader understanding of this far safer approach to health."

C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.
Neurosurgeon and Pain Management Specialist
Founding President, American Holistic Medical Association
President, Holos University Graduate Seminary

"Several Harvard-affiliated physicians have told me in private conversation that homeopathy has helped their family members or friends, but they would not want to say so publicly due to fear of ridicule. Hopefully, this book will help open-minded doctors and scientists to realize they are not alone and to have the courage to call for more research on this most interesting and paradoxical form of treatment."

David Anick PhD MD
Research Associate, McLean Hospital
Harvard Medical School

387 pages, paperback

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