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Jul 2015|Volume 12|Issue 7
Jul 2015|Vol 12|Issue 7

World Homoeopathy Summit

          MUMBAI.APR.11: The Global Homeopathy Foundation (GHF) organized a World Homeopathy Summit in collaboration with the Central Council for Research in Homeopathy, Central Council of Homeopathy and Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Laboratory who were the institutional collaborators. The Homeopathic Medical Association of India, Indian Homeopathic Medical Association and Indian Chapter of Liga Medicora Homeopathica Internationalis supported the event.

          Shri Anil Ganeriwala, Joint Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH was the Chief Guest. Dr. Arun Jamkar, Vice Chancellor, MUHS, Nashik was the Guest of Honor. Shri Madhavan Nambiar, Patron of the GHF presided the inaugural function. Dr. Eswara Das, Chairman, GHF welcomed the guests and delegates and presented the objectives of GHF. Dr. Rajesh Shah, Organising Secretary gave a panoramic view of the WHS. Dr. Praveen Kumar, Public Relations Coordinator, moderated the inaugural session. Dr. Esmail Sait and Dr. Jayesh V. Sanghvi, Vice Chairman, Dr. Sreevals Menon, Managing Trustee and Dr. A. Kannan, Treasurer, felicitated the guests. Dr. N. Radha, Advisor (Homeopathy), Dr. Ramjee Singh, President,CCH, Dr. Arun Bhasme, Vice President, CCH; Dr. R. K Manchanda, Director General, Central Council for Research in Homeopathy and Shri Dangayach, Patron, GHF, gave felicitation speeches. A souvenir and a book titled Homeopathy and Modern Medicine, written by Dr. R. D. Lele were released.

          The scientific sessions were arranged around three themes, namely, Nature of homeopathic medicine, Evidences of its action and Mechanism of its action. Twenty-six scientists including molecular biologists, engineers, physicists, immunologists, pharmacologists, chemists, nanotechnologists, zoologists, homeopaths and conventional doctors from some of the premium universities presented their papers on latest research related to homeopathy concepts. About 800 delegates from across the country attended the summit.