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Nov-Dec'92 | Jul-Aug'93

RESONANCE
Nov-Dec 1992

REPORTS ON Dr George Guess loss of final appeal to continue practicing in North Carolina, which he leaves to Virginias benefit. Features Dr Durr Elmore, "Naturopathic Physician of the Year", who provides a study of Rhus-tox. Thierry Montfort discusses the new regulatory framework for Homoeopathy that is being developed for Europe; Jay Bornemann deplores pseudo-homoeopathic remedies and practice. Dr Steve Olsen details a difficult case of a child with encopresis and anorexia finally solved with Vithoulkas RADAR system and its ability to match the intensity of the patient symptom and the remedy symptom.


RESONANCE
July-August, 1993, Vol 15, No 4; Sept-Oct, No 5; Nov-Dec, No 6

A common subject is the newly-established, now funded, office of Alternative Medicine in the NJH. Dr. Jenifer Jacobs, a representative of US homeopathy on the panel, gives insightful reports on the program of a hopeful development, if only it will not become a vehicle of the health authoritarianism that seems to be growing in the government circles. (Let's make them get vaccinated and solve our problems once and for all). Along with other news and features, #6, offers "homeopathic dilutions and the crystalline nature of water" by H Cohen, DC, a thoughtful study of the elements and the conductivity of water, amply documented. In #5, Thierry Monfort reports on the further progress of Prof. J Benveniste's work, and Rae F Kelly in "Homoeopathy and chiropractice" shows how the principles underlying both are "very similar" and "how homeopathy is applied in chiropractice." "One Remedy at a time" fro Dr Durr Elmore studies Cuprum, #6, and China, #4; David Stevenson DDS writes on "Homeopathic dentistry", #4 and #6; Janet Levitan, MD continues her column on pediatrics, #5 and Judith Reichenberg Ullman, ND, presents interesting cases in "Homoeopathy for women": a childless woman cured of uterine fibroids by Bar-c, #5; Ign for abnormal menstrual bleeding after grief, #6. A prime source of information for those looking abroad. c/o The International Foundation for Homoeopathy, 2366 East Lake ave. E, Suite 329, Seattle, WA 98102, USA.

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