Dr. Prasanta Banerji, Founder and Director, Prasanta Banerji Homeopathic Research Foundation, is famed for establishing "The Banerji Protocols" of treatment. This is a protocol that has brought lucidity and user friendliness into a treatment form using ultra dilutional medicines.
He made this form of treatment easy to learn and practice that allowed replicability in science. It is due to his individual efforts in this respect, that the modern scientific establishments have recognized and accepted "The Banerji Protocols" of treatment using ultra dilutional medicines into mainstream healthcare.
Dr. Prasanta Banerji is a consultant physician, and he runs a clinic with an average daily attendance of 800 to 900 patients. He is supported by a team of able doctors.
Dr. Prasanta Banerji has been an Honorary Advisor to the Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, as a member of a key advisory group of experts, and also of an apex committee. Dr. Banerji has also been a Member of the Program Advisory Committee for the National Cancer Control Programme of the Goverment of India's Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Dr. Prasanta Banerji: At A Glance
- Prasanta is the second son of Dr. Pareshnath Banerji, who is a grandson of Pundit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar - Sanskrit scholar, educator, reformer, writer and philanthropist from Bengal, who was considered to be one of the greatest intellectuals and activists of the nineteenth century.
- Prasanta was born at Jamalpur, Bihar, on October 17, 1933.
- Prasanta studied in the Institute Of Homeopathy, Mihijam, Bihar, India.
- He started practicing at his father's clinic at Mihijam from 1956
- Prasanta migrated to Kolkata in 1958 and established a clinic with a view of getting the scope of utilizing his knowledge of Homeopathy for the benefit of the teeming millions of the country.
- A second clinic was established in 1986
- Active and agile, octagenarian Prasanta regularly practices at his Elgin Road clinic , treating mainly cancer patients.
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