New England School of Homeopathy

Vol. 9, No. 2 – Fall/Winter 2000

On Death and Dying

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Reader Comments:

“The last issue on Death & Dying was wonderful – As a former Director of Volunteer training at a hospice, I was impressed and delighted that you devoted an issue to this important transition process. Thank you.”

Mary North
Riner, VA



Odds and Ends
Karl Robinson MD

Quick and Sure
Thomas Namaya FNP


Reflections on Death
Nick Nossaman MD, Dht

Homeopathy, Death and Dying
Jane Green Ryan CNM, MSN

The Death of a Parent
Linda Pastan

Cheating Death
Todd Hoover MD

My Patient Died Today
Todd Hoover MD

Midwifing a Death
Frank Gruber MD

A Bad Diagnosis
Amy Rothenberg ND, DHANP

Midwifing a Death II
Jane Greene Ryan CNM

Thoughts on the Healer and the Dying Patient
Pamela J. Herring ND, DHANP

Hospice: A Resthouse for the Traveler
Kristin Kaoverii Weber

What Lives On
Paul Herscu ND, DHANP


Weakness and Shortness of Breath, in Patient with Terminal Pancreatic Cancer with Metastasis to Liver  (case of Pancreatic Cancer, treated with Carbo vegetablis & Arsenicum album)
Amy Rothenberg ND, DHANP

Good Guy, Bad Guy?  (case of Exhaustion/Anxiety, treated with Aurum muriaticum)
Jonathan Marchand MD

If you Hear Hoofbeats, Don’t Think Zebras – A Case of Chronic Lyme Disease  (case of Lyme Disease, treated with Natrum muriaticum)
Amy Rothenberg ND, DHANP


Some Emergencies in General Practice
Douglas Borland MD


Hahnemann and Homeopathy – From Romance to Post-Modernism
Peter Morrell


Response of Rabbit’s Intestinal Strips to Simple and Succussed Drug Dilutions
S. Arifa, M.A. Azeem, A. Erum


Pediatric Constitutional Care with Farokn Master MD
Gregory Pais ND, DHANP


Tales of a Virgin Homeopath: Reflections on the First Remedy Given
Julian Winston, Teresa Bland CCH, Nancy Zastrow, Fran Toler

Blaga Dmitrova

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