HOMEOPATHY BOOKS BY PROF. GEORGE VITHOULKAS
In his books, Professor George Vithoulkas transmits the vital knowledge gleaned from his fifty-five years of experience and teaching in homeopathy. He provides detailed information to assist doctors in determining each patient’s current state of health, as well as facilitate their ability to estimate whether a case is curable with homeopathy, and the amount of time and remedies that will be needed to accomplish that cure.
His books have been translated into thirty-five languages.
Most of his books, in various languages, are cited in the prestigious NLM Catalog (National Library of Medicine)
Some of the most distinguished libraries that host his books are: “The Library of Congress”, “The British Library”, “Harvard University Library”, “Cambridge University Library”, “Stanford University Library”, “The Library of Universite Catholique de Louvain”, “The Karolinska Instituet Library”, “WHO Library”, “The Berkeley Library”, and “Die Deutsche Bibliothek”.
There are many references for the books of George Vithoulkas at GOOGLE BOOKS.
We have also created an exciting online utility on our page “vithoulkas.com” to search for words or phrases in any of Prof. Vithoulkas’ books.
This database function is specifically intended for those scientists and scholars of homeopathy who want to search in “George Vithoulkas’ Books” for words, phrases or other information about homeopathy for citations that do not require special permission from the author.
You can order any of the homeopathic books displayed on these pages directly from the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy (I.A.C.H.). Shipping, handling and packaging costs depend on the quantity of your order.
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Further information from:
Mrs. Stella Babou
Secretary of I.A.C.H.
International Academy of Classical Homeopathy
Northern Sporades Greece
Tel: +30 (24240) 65142
Fax: +30 (24240) 65147
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