Ilsedora Laker, the first Canadian German New Medicine educator and consultant authorized by Dr. Hamer, resides in Toronto, Canada, where she pioneered the introduction of the German New Medicine, and continues to train medical and lay specialists in its practice throughout North America and abroad. Ilsedora is also instrumental in introducing Dr. Hamer’s work to South America, and Pacific Rim countries as well as India and parts of the African Continent.
Ilsedora discovered the work of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer in 1992 through a colleague at Herbs and Health Holistic Centre in Toronto
In 1994 Ilsedora met a highly renowned protégé of Dr. Hamer, and invited him to conduct the first New Medicine seminar in North America. Her New Medicine studies (as Dr. Hamer’s research was then called) continued under his protege’s supervision until 1997 when she inaugurated her series of New Medicine seminars.
In 1998, Ilsedora was introduced to Dr. Hamer and, at his request, sponsored his first seminar in Canada. After this event, she became his student and shortly thereafter was entrusted by him with overseeing the translation of his thesis “The Summary of the New Medicine” first published in German in 1994, into English in 2000, which is currently out of print.
After the thesis publication, Ilsedora’s team began the immense undertaking of translating Dr. Hamer’s two-volume 1,250 page “Legacy of the New Medicine”, also known as the “Gold Books,” now completed yet remain unpublished for lack of funding.
Presently, Ilsedora, in addition to being CEO of this web site www.gnmonlineseminars.com dedicated to GNM education worldwide via online presentations, she is also the CEO of the main English German New Medicine site http://www.newmedicine.ca which she started on Dr. Hamer’s request in 2000. Presently she continues to teach and train others in the full practice of the GNM and maintains a highly respected clinical practice where she consults with people worldwide. More recently Ilsedora completed the project of the translation of Dr. Hamer’s work “The 12+1 Cranial Nerve Chart of the German New Medicine.”
Other translations are in progress.