An introductory article on homeopathy by Dr. Pierre Fontaine
“The Deirdre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology at The Hackensack University Medical Center, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, represents one of the first hospital-based programs whose specific mission is to identify, control and ultimately prevent exposures to environmental factors that may cause adult, and especially pediatric cancer, as well as other health problems with our children.”
“The Center’s mission is twofold: to enhance health by educating our children, their parents and the public-at-large about the carcinogens and other environmental factors that occur all too commonly in our lives… and to serve as a voice that can really help shape policy decisions that impact the environment and our well being.”
“Our children are our future, and for that reason, the Environmental Center remains vigilant in other areas where environmental insults can be eliminated. Much remains to be done. But through dedicated commitment, epidemiological, environmental and basic scientific research, we are convinced it can be done.”
Pierre Authors a Targeted Series of Introductory Articles on Homeopathy
Dr. Pierre professional homeopath consultant in New York was recently introduced to the good works of The Deirdre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology at The Hackensack University Medical Center.
“The greening of our lives that Deirdre is so passionately involved in is of the utmost importance and goes hand-in-hand with the greening of medicine”, Pierre asserts in explaining homeopathy’s important contributions to this evolving holistic consciousness..
Once they made the connection, Pierre agreed to do a Q and A to help Deirdre’s audience understand the promise, depth & potentials of homeopathy.
The Center’s audience is curious & open about alternative & complementary approaches to healthcare. Many issues the Center addresses are perfect fits for the wide versatility of homeopathy – such as their focus on autism, which Pierre devotes a large portion of his practice to.