“The aim of medical education is to produce doctors who will promote the health of all people, and this aim is not being realized in many places, despite the enormous progress that is made during this century in the bio medical sciences. The individual patient should be able to accept a doctor trained as an attentive listener, a careful observer, a sensitive communicator and an effective clinician; but it is no longer enough only to treat some of the sick. Thousand suffers and die everyday from diseases which are preventable, curable or self inflicted, and millions have no ready access to health care of any kind …….. Scientific research continues to bring rich rewards but man needs more than science alone, and it is the health need of the human race as a whole, and of the whole person, that medical educator must affirm.”
-The Edinburg Declaration-
(The World Conference on Medical Education 1988)
“Homoeopathy is the latest and refined method of treating patients economically and non-violently. Govt. must encourage and patronize in our country.
“Homoeopathic approach for the patients is a Holistic approach. Science demands from the Homoeopathic Physician, to comprehend his patient as a PERSON, his dispositional state of mind (and body), along with the disease process with its causes.