Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann

[Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann] French physician who founded homeopathy in 1796. Born 10 April 1755 at Meissen, Saxony, Holy Roman Empire; died 2 July 1843 at Paris, France. Received his medical degree from the University of Erlangen. Introduced the practice of quarantine to Prussia. Author of several scientific works.

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