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Published on Jun 17, 2013
Jeremy Sherr discusses the popularity of homeopathy worldwide. He uses examples of developing countries to explain why so many people use homeopathy and brings to light the amount of research constantly being produced. He says that people should have the right to choose what type of medicine they want to use, and why homeopathy is a viable option.
About Jeremy Sherr: Jeremy Sherr was born in South Africa and grew up in Israel. He began formal homeopathic study in 1980 at the College of Homoeopathy, London. He simultaneously completed a degree in Acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine. Though he practices homeopathy exclusively, his knowledge of Chinese Medicine shines through his homeopathic thinking. Jeremy has taught in most of the British schools of homeopathy and began the Dynamis School in 1986. His school is the longest running post-graduate homeopathy course in the world. He was awarded a fellowship from the Society of Homoeopaths in 1991 and a Ph.D. from Medicina Alternativa. He is a member of the North American Society of Homeopaths, and is an honorary professor at Yunan Medical College, Kunming, China. He was also awarded a honorary Ph.d from Pioneer university and an associate Professor at university Candegabe for Homoeoapthy, Argentina. He is the author of numerous homeopathy textbooks and journal articles and has proved 32 new homeopathic remedies.