You can choose ANY AMOUNT of money for your contribution to this non-profit organization. Read below for details about this worthy service…
Donations by taxpayers in the U.S.A. can be tax-deductible because our Foundation is a non-profit organization (contact your accountant for more specificity).
Anyone who donates $100 or more to this effort will be given a FREE copy of Dana Ullman’s 572-page (and growing) ebook, Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine (an ebook and Acrobat file that teaches people how to use homeopathic medicines to treat 100+ ailments PLUS it provides references to, description of, and links to over 300 clinical trials published in peer-review medical journals that have evaluated homeopathic treatment. This ebook itself costs $99.95…but it would be our pleasure to give you a copy of it.
The Foundation for Homeopathic Education and Research (FHER) is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping homeopathic medicine achieve the respect that it deserves from the medical community and the general public. FHER supports the work of Dana Ullman, MPH, CCH, because he has shown significant effectiveness in reaching out and educating the medical and scientific communities as well as the general public. In fact, it is widely recognized that few people in the world today have been as successful as our Foundation and Dana Ullman in growing homeopathy locally and internationally. However, Dana cannot afford to spend as much time and effort writing articles, speaking at medical and pharmacy schools, and educating the medical community and the general public without YOUR financial support.
In 2019, Dana Ullman wrote two articles that he has submitted to peer-review medical journals. One article is entitled, “Homeopathy and Nanopharmacology:
A Review of the Conventional Medical Literature,” and the second article is entitled, “Regulation of Homeopathic Medicines in the United States: History and Recent Developments.” The first article presents a very compelling case for homeopathy because it ONLY references research published in conventional medical and scientific journals. It provides an analysis and critique of the four leading meta-analyses (reviews of research) on homeopathy. Although three of these four meta-analyses provided a “negative” conclusion to the benefits of homeopathy, this article provides such a strong critique of these three reviews based on the highest standards of scientific inquiry. The only remaining meta-analysis gave a “positive” conclusion to the benefits of homeopathy.
Further, Dana provides numerous references to studies in conventional medical journals that evaluate the efficacy of homeopathic medicines as an alternative to opiates drugs AND to antibiotics. Because of the very relevant need to know about alternatives to these conventional medications, this article provides specific and special benefits that may help homeopathy obtain the attention and respect it deserves.
The second article that Dana Ullman has written discusses relevant legal and regulatory issues. Distinct from other homeopaths who are fear-mongering and claiming that homeopathy is being “outlawed,” Dana’s article provides more sanity and calm as well as concern. He does express CONCERN about recent FDA actions, but not to the level of total disaster that some homeopaths are predicting.
After these articles are published, he plans to create a pro-active promotion of these articles. It is not enough to simply let people find these articles (they won’t). Therefore, our Foundation is presently working to raise money to support the promotion of these important articles. WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO DO THIS IMPORTANT WORK!
Many people from the homeopathic community has long appreciated Dana Ullman’s contributions and his educational advocacy for our field of homeopathy. However, he simply cannot afford to do this vitally important educational advocacy without YOUR help.
Dana submitted this special testimony to the FDA and to the FTC, plus he also got this body of information published online at the HuffingtonPost in order to help educate larger numbers of people about the safety and efficacy of homeopathic medicines.
In 2018, Dana has written a detailed response to the FDA’s plan to increase regulation of homeopathic medicines. He has spent an extraordinary amount of time researching and writing this response, and he plans to get his article published at a major website, AND he will submit a slightly revised version to the FDA itself. The significant amount of time Dana needs to complete this work, plus to send it to other leaders in the field of homeopathy, means that he is not able to see as many patients himself. To complete this important work, he is reaching out to the homeopathic community for support.
From September, 2009, to 2015, Dana Ullman has written a regular column at the very popular website (40 different articles!), The Huffingtonpost, and these articles have been republished at various other websites. Because he does not get paid for this important work, we ask for financial support for this effort. Please consider donating money, property, or goods. We appreciate any type of support you can offer.
To support one OR both of Dana Ullman’s upcoming articles, put this item into your “basket”…and you will be donating $25.00. If you wish to donate $100.00, simply say that you want FOUR of them! You are also welcome to send a check or money order to FHER (see our address below).
If you want to send a check, you can send your donation to us here:
The Foundation for Homeopathic Education and Research
812 Camelia St. #C
Berkeley, CA. 94710
We also accept donations via PayPal (send such donations to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org).
F.H.E.R. and its President, Dana Ullman, MPH, have been extraordinarily successful in working to educate the medical and scientific communities and as well as medical and pharmacy students about science and art of homeopathic medicine.
Below are just a portion of the important work that Dana Ullman, acting on behalf of this Foundation, has done for homeopathy in the past several years alone, and with your support, he can continue to do so:
— lectured to 3rd year pharmacy students at the University of Hawaii (via a video transmission at UC Berkeley)
— lectured at the annual conference of the American Medical Students Association (March, 2010)
— lectured at Stanford Medical School
— lectured at UCSF School of Medicine twice
— lectured at UC Berkeley twice
— lectured at UC Davis School of Medicine twice
— wrote a chapter on homeopathy for Oxford University Press’ textbook, “Integrative Oncology”
— co-authored with a Professor of Medicine at the University of Vienna for the respected peer-review journal, The Alternative Medicine Review: A Review of Homeopathic Research in the Treatment of Respiratory Allergies. Alternative Medicine Review. 2010:15,1:48-58.
— authored an article, “The Curious Case of Charles Darwin and Homeopathy” which was published in Oxford University Press’ journal, eCAM:
— authored “A Review of a Historical Summit on Integrative Medicine” (a special Summit sponsored by the famous Institute of Medicine that took place at the National Academy of Sciences! This article was published in Oxford University Press’ journal, eCAM.
Despite ALL of the important and even vital work for homeopathy, Dana Ullman does NOT get paid for the above writing or speaking. In fact, some of the articles that he writes in academic journals require a payment to the journal to allow free and online access to them for the public (for instance, the above article on Charles Darwin and his homeopath cost $3,000.00).
If you think that the above work is important, please know that our Foundation cannot continue its work without YOUR SUPPORT.
If you cannot donate financial support yourself, please encourage others to do so OR suggest specific people or Foundations that we can contact.
For people who wish to consider large contributions and for people who wish to donate land or property, call or write our Foundation for a copy of our Prospectus. Please give us your email address.
Foundation for Homeopathic Education and Research
812C Camelia St.,
Berkeley, CA. 94710