J.T. Kent





J.T. Kent


Born
in woodhull, New York, The United States
March 31, 1849

Died
March 31, 1916


James Tyler Kent was an American physician best remembered as a forefather of the modern homeopathy movement. In 1897 Kent published a massive guidebook on human ailments and their associated homeopathic remedies which has been translated into a number of languages and remains in use by adherents of homeopathy today.

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Repertory of the Homoeopath...

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Lectures on Materia Medica ...

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KENT'S NEW REMEDIES, CHARAC...

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Repertory of the Homoeopath...

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Multivariate Analysis

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Lectures on Homoeopathic Ph...

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Spatial Analysis

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Lectures on Homeopathic Mat...

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Repertory Mini

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LESSER WRITINGS: Homeopathy

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