Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte

The Correspondenzblatt der Homoeopatischen Aerzte was published from 1835-1836 by the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Art (known as the Allentown Academy). Homeopathic practitioners submitted case notes, observations and questions about their applications of homeopathy. Constantine Hering, one of the founders of the Academy and considered to be the “father of American Homeopathy”, served as the journal’s editor.

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Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 5.,
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 5.,
Publication of exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Fifteen (15) issues published 1835-1836. Published primarily in German; English translation provided.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 1.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 1.
Publication of exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Fifteen (15) issues published 1835-1836. Published primarily in German; English translation provided.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 11 & 12.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 11 & 12.
Publication of exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Fifteen (15) issues published 1835-1836. Published primarily in German; English translation provided. This issues includes an index to individual articles.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 7.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 7.
Publication of exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Fifteen (15) issues published 1835-1836. Published primarily in German; English translation provided.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 14.
Correspondenzblatt der homeopathischen Aerzte, No. 14.
Publication of exchange of experiences between practitioners of homeopathic medicine. Fifteen (15) issues published 1835-1836. Published primarily in German; English translation provided. Issue no. 2 of second bulletin.
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