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Images Dated 14th July 2004

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Samuel Hahnemann, German physician Featured 14 Jul 2004 Print

Samuel Hahnemann, German physician

Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), German physician and founder of homeopathy. His theory was that an illness may be cured by administering minute doses of a drug which causes the same symptoms. The symptoms, he reasoned, were an effect of the body's fight against disease. During experiments on himself and his friends he found that the smaller the administered dose, the greater its effectiveness. In 1811, he published his results in Homeopathic Materia Medica. He used his methods with some success during a typhus epidemic in France in 1812. Although his results were criticised, homeopathy spread rapidly in the ensuing decades


Hawaii, Maui, Makena State Park, Oneloa (Big Beach), West Maui Mountains In Distance Featured 14 Jul 2004 Print

Hawaii, Maui, Makena State Park, Oneloa (Big Beach), West Maui Mountains In Distance

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Jean Fournier, French dermatologist Featured 14 Jul 2004 Print

Jean Fournier, French dermatologist

Jean Alfred Fournier (1832-1914), French dermatologist. Fournier studied medicine in Paris and worked at the Hopital du Midi, the Hotel-Dieu and the Hopital Saint Louis. He mainly worked on the venereal disease syphilis, and described the condition of congenital syphilis in 1883. Several medical conditions are named after him including Fournier's gangrene (infection of the scrotum commonly associated with diabetes), Fournier's sign (scars around the mouth caused by lesions in congenital syphilis), and Fournier's tibia (thickening and bowing of the tibia in congenital syphilis)