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Once upon a time in a land far far away a legacy was born The greatest genius in medical history - Samuel Christian Hahnemann The year was 1755 April 11 In a little village known as Meissen which is located in Saxony Germany Born to poor folk of the time his father was employed as a porcelain painter His mother like other women of the time was a housewife looking after her husband Sam and his other siblings Sam was a clever young man who must have showed his intelligence from a very young age He was often shut into a room by his father to ponder tricky questions The substance of his fathers advice to him during his growing up years was prove all things hold fast to what is good dare to be wise and be good to your mum This ultimately cultivated original thinking in young Sam Due to his familys situation money was scarce in Sams younger years which unfortunately led to him being frequently taken out of school Thankfully for his thirst for knowledge he began paying for his own schooling by the age of 12 He did this by tutoring his fellow students in not only Latin but Greek as well This led to him being admitted to the Princes School in St Afra Meissen in 1770 free of charge on the premise of him being such a brilliant student He left 5 years later after presenting a report titled The wonderful construction of the human hand This was just the beginning the beginning of a remarkable prominent place in the history of medicine In the spring of 1775 he began to do formal studies of medicine Supporting himself through tutoring once again then progressing into translating books on medicine botany and chemistry Its a wonder he ever found time to scratch himself Then again because of his brilliance he found himself
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