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Human Genome Studies & Homoeopathy

The recent invention of genetic decoding is a really great achievement of the scientists who are working for the betterment of the entire medical field and for health. This study also indicates that the treatment of any patient may be very specifically related to that particular individual and not a generalized one like Rheumatology or Cardiology, etc..

Individualization of the treatment may be the need of the future according to the principles of genetic decoding. However, Homoeopathy is the only line of medicine that has stressed upon this concept for the last two hundred years.

Dr. Hahnemann, the founder of Homoeopathy, had this vision and he has also provided an approach to find out the carefully selected similar remedy for that particular individual which will cure him from many diseases. He has given us at least 250 remedies which are well studied and experienced by homoeopaths all around the world to cure chronic diseases along with this knowledge of genetic studies.

Homoeopathic medicine has the scope and capacity to bring CURE for chronic diseases. Apart from knowledge about chronic diseases, a homoeopathic physician should have a sound knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, pathology and clinical medicine so that he can diagnose a case properly and considering all the aspects of the individual including his mind, body and the sub-conscious,to cure an infected individual from disease.

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