'Committed docs, students can popularise homeopathy'

'Committed docs, students can popularise homeopathy'

Treating human being equally is a best service. Homeopathy is far better than other scientific methods as it treats man as a single unit, opined Karnataka Board of Homeopathic System of Medicine President Dr B T Rudresh.

Speaking after inaugurating a new block at Father Muller Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital at Deralakatte on the outskirts of Mangalore on Friday, he expressed concern that Karnataka has only 48 homeopathy dispensaries, which is negligible when compared to the number of homeopathy hospitals in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

Blaming homeopathy doctors for the same as the reason, he said: “Even Jesus Christ died for telling truth, but his followers spread the message of Christ throughout the world. Now the Bible has been translated to Kodava language which doesn’t even has a script. Homeopathy can also be a popular treating method through committed doctors and students,” Dr Rudresh said.

‘Maintain relationships’

Dr Rudresh was of the opinion that disease won’t come just by virus or bacteria. Giving few tips for living, he said: “Homeopathy gives utmost importance to life style. Maintain good relationship with family, society and colleagues. Be good to your parents, spend time with them and pay value for their needs”. 

New dispensaries

Speaking on new dispensaries, Dr Rudresh assured that as many as 100 to 150 dispensaries will be opened in State under NHRM project in one or one and half years. “I have already submitted the project to the government. Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Gulam Nabi Azad will be going through it,” he added. Much expected “Homeopathy Bhavan” in Bangalore will also be completed within months, he said.

FMCI President and Mangalore Diocese Bishop Rev Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza honoured Dr Rudresh, who is also known as writer, columnist, artist, actor and director. The architect and team of workers were also given a memento at the occasion.

FMCI Director Fr Patrick Rodrigues, FMHMC and H Administrator Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, FMHMC Principal Dr Srinath Rao and FMHMC Medical Correspondent Dr Sunny Mathew were also present.

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