Based on the author’s 20 years of clinical experience, this book contextualizes and critiques homeopathic medicine, a modality that enlists the body’s own defenses to fight disease. Drawing on philosophy, history, science, and politics, the book seeks to unite the polarized fields of medicine. It studies the effects of alienation, loneliness, and sexual trauma on chronic illness and presents a theory of cancer and AIDS treatment based on the role of a natural hormone.
"Lange proposes a medicine that trancends partisan interests…Its sole concern is to treat people and restore their health." —Richard Grossinger