The End of Homeopathy?

In 1821, the campaign against Hahnemann and homeopathy was at its peak. The task of writing a book to discredit it was passed by a professor to one of his brightest medical students, Constantine Herring. After testing homeopathy’s principles, he abandoned the task and became a homeopath.
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