George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright and Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1925. He was also a strong advocate and defender of homeopathy and responsible for the well-known quote, “All great truths begin as blasphemies.”
From available records we know that part of his introduction to homeopathy was through the successful treatment of his hyrodcoele and, later on, his wife’s successful treatment for ‘blood poisoning’.
In his play The Doctor’s Dilemma in 1906, Shaw argues that homeopathy was attacked by allopaths solely on the basis of money. He also condemned the vaccinations of the day and noted the similarity of antitoxins to homeopathy.
For the detail on these snippets and even more fascinating information about GBS’s relationship with homeopathy, visit the Sue Young Histories site.
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