Sue Young B.Sc., FSHoM
My name is Sue Young and my passion is Homeopathic history and the history of Humanity. My sueyounghistories.com studies were inspired by the sterling work begun by Dana Ullman in his very influential book The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy.
Before I began my sueyounghistories.com website, I wrote The Lost Book of History, the first attempt by a Homeopath to study the whole history of Humanity as a whole from our very origins. This was followed by Three Lost Books of Healing.
I hold a BSc in Psychology and an FSHOM in Homeopathy, having been in Homeopathic private practice for over 30 years, I have been writing Homeopathic history constantly for nearly 50 years. In 2022, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of Dr Manish Bhatia’s Hpathy.com, I was honoured to be among those recognized with an Award for Excellence in Homeopathy for my contributions to Hpathy.com.
I’m intensely pleased and proud to surrender my body of work to the Hahnemann House Trust and the very capable and precious hands of my esteemed colleague and friend Mel Draper, who will confidently carry this wonderful work into our Homeopathic future.
Mel Draper, Ph.D.
Dr. Mel Draper is an historian of medicine who specializes in the social, cultural, and intellectual history of complimentary and alternative medicine. Mel has a particular interest in the history of homeopathy and homeopathic hospitals, and has published articles on a broad range of subjects, including women and homeopathy, eighteenth century spa culture, and homeopathy in the mission field.
Mel has a PhD in History from the University of California, Davis, and a Masters Degree in Social Science from the University of Chicago. After a career in the professoriate, Mel now works as an historical consultant and is delighted to have assumed responsibility, on behalf of the Hahnemann House Trust, for the maintenance and updating of Sue Young’s invaluable database of homeopathic biographies.