Harris Coulter

(1932-2009)

Harris Coulter

Dr. Coulter was born on October 8, 1932 in Baltimore, Maryland and died on October 28, 2009, at the age of 77.

In his significant career he has made contributions in many areas, including cancer, vaccinations, and shedding light on the conflict between the AMA and Homeopthy. His fluency in many languages (German, French, Spanish, Latin, Russian, Hungarian, and Serbo-Croatian) has helped him to communicate to a wide audience.

January 1997
Lectured to homeopathic and other physicians specializing in alternative medicine in Berlin, Germany, Moscow, Russia and London, UK.

October 1996
Lectured on cancer immunotherapy at the 51st Annual Conference of the World Homeopathic League (LIGA) in Capri, Italy and at the Third Dead Sea Conference on Potentiating Health and the Crisis of the Immune System in Zichron Yaacov, Israel. Guest Lecturer at the Convention of the Romanian Homoeopathic Society in Bucharest, Romania.

March 1996
Editorial board of the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research. Appeared as expert witness on risks and benefits of childhood vaccinations (lawsuit by parents refusing to vaccinate their children).

February 1996
Introduced VG-1000, a unique vaccine treatment for cancer, to the IAT Clinic, Freeport, Bahamas. Advisory Board Member of the Campaign Against Fraudulent Medical Research.

November 1995
Lectured on medical and homeopathic history at Centre de Techniques Homeopathiques, Montreal, Canada (lectures published by the Centre under the title: Histoire de l'Homeopathie).

October 1995
Lectured at 50th Congress of International Homeopathic Medical League (Oaxaca, Mexico) on the dangers of childhood vaccinations.

September 1995
Lectured at Conference on Genetic Causes of Violence (University of Maryland) on childhood vaccinations as a cause of violent behavior.

February 1995
Spoke at 49th Congress of International Homeopathic Medical League (New Delhi, India), and to homeopathic physicians in Calcutta, India, on 'Vitalism and the Future of Medicine.'

December 1994
Published: Divided Legacy. Volume IV. Twentieth Century Medicine: The Bacteriological Era.

April 1994
Lectured at 150th Anniversary meeting of The American Institute of Homeopathy on: 'American Medicine, Where We've Been and Where We're Going.'

September-October 1993
Ad Hoc Advisory Panel of the Office of Alternative Medicine. Worked with Office of Alternative Medicine supervising trial of shark cartilage in treatment of cancer.

September 1992
Pharmacological and Biological Treatments Panel Member on the NIH's Workshop on Alternative Medicine. The report published was Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons, also known as the Chantilly Report.

September 1992
Lectured at the Fifth International Conference on Neuro-Developmental Issues (Cherry Hill, New Jersey) on the post-encephalitic syndrome.

1990-96
Advisory board of the Cancer Chronicles.

1990-91
Board of Directors, International Foundation for Homeopathy.

1990
Published: The Controlled Clinical Trial: an Analysis, and Vaccination, Social Violence, and Criminality.

1988
Testified before House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Labor: on AIDS and Syphilis: the Hidden Link.

1987
Published: AIDS and Syphilis: the Hidden Link.

1986
Published (with Barbara Loe Fisher): DPT: A Shot in the Dark.

1985
Awarded the Hahnemann Prize of the Belgian Faculty of Homeopathy.

1983-89
Editorial board of the Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy.

1981-82
Vice President of the American Center for Homeopathy and editor of The American Homeopath; Secretary of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention.

1981
Published: Homeopathic Science and Modern Medicine.

1977
Published: Divided Legacy. Volume II. The Origins of Modern Western Medicine: J. B. Van Helmont to Claude Bernard.

1975
 Published: Divided Legacy. Volume I. The Patterns Emerge: Hippocrates to Paracelsus.

1974 May-June
39th Congress of the International Homoeopathic Medical League, Washington, D.C. George Vithoulkas and Harris L. Coulter honored as writers on homeopathy.

1973
Published: Divided Legacy. Volume III. The Conflict Between homeopathy and the American Medical Association, and Homeopathic Influences in Nineteenth-Century Allopathic Therapeutics.

1972
Published: Homeopathic Medicine.

July 1969
Awarded Ph.D. by Columbia University, NY; dissertation title: Political and Social Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Medicine in the United States: The Formation of the American Medical Association and its Struggle with the Homeopathic and Eclectic Physicians.

1965-75 - Director of Publications, American Foundation for Homeopathy.