Dr Jeremy Sherr, As the founder of Homeopathy for Health in Africa (‘HHA’), Jeremy Sherr has been treating people with HIV/AIDS in Tanzania since 2008.
About Dr Jeremy Sherr
Jeremy Sherr was born in South Africa and grew up in Israel. He began formal homeopathic study in 1980 at the College of Homoeopathy, London. He simultaneously completed a degree in Acupuncture at the International College of Oriental Medicine. Though he practices homeopathy exclusively, his knowledge of Chinese Medicine shines through his homeopathic thinking.
Jeremy has taught in most of the British schools of homeopathy and began the Dynamis School in 1986. His school is the longest running post-graduate homeopathy course in the world. He has taught the Dynamis curriculum in England, Ireland, Holland, Switzerland, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Israel, Canada, and throughout the United States. Jeremy has also taught in Spain, Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, China, Russia, India, Japan, South Africa, and Australia. He maintains busy practices in London, Tel Aviv, and New York.
He was awarded a fellowship from the Society of Homoeopaths in 1991 and a Ph.D. from Medicina Alternativa. He is a member of the North American Society of Homeopaths, and is an honorary professor at Yunan Medical College, Kunming, China. He was also awarded a honorary Ph.d from Pioneer university and an associate Professor at university Candegabe for Homoeoapthy, Argentina.
He is the author of numerous homeopathy textbooks and journal articles and has proved 32 new homeopathic remedies. His latest book is Dynamic Materia Medica: Syphilis, a Study of the Syphilitic Miasm through Remedies. He is currently working on a book on the Noble gases. Recently, he released The Dynamic Case Taker, a new software program for homeopaths to assist in the entire homeopathic process from casetaking to perceiving what is to be cured in a case, analysis, synthesis and case management. He is also the Author of Q-Rep, the repertory of Mental Qualities.
He has co-authored a study on the non-local effects of provings, conducted a study of homeopaths recognising a remedy from its proving symptoms.
He was awarded a fellowship from the Society of Homoeopaths in 1991 and a Ph.D. from Medicina Alternativa. He is a Member of the North American Society of Homoeopaths, and is an honorary professor of Yunan Medical College, Kunming, China.
In 2008, Jeremy began working in Tanzania on the 'Homoeopathy for Health in Africa' project, specifically intended to help patients with AIDS. Visit the project website and stay up to date with Jeremy's work in Africa here.