Dr. Henry Harrower, 1883-1953, is known as the father of modern-day endocrinology and established the Harrower Laboratory and Clinic in Glendale, CA.
He researched and was successful in treating illness with Organotherapy, the consumption of various glands in order to treat and rejuvenate glands. He sold his company to a pharmaceutical company in 1940. He was instrumental in establishing the Endocrine Society which now has more than 17,000 members in 120 countries. It is known to be the world’s largest and most active organization devoted to research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology. His original thesis and discoveries led to what is now modern-day endocrinology practices.
In 1912 he published the first of many books, Practical Hormone Therapy. It is here where he introduces glandular therapy for adrenal health, liver health, thyroid, heart, brain, pituitary, hypothalamus, reproductive organs and more.
Dr. Henry Harrower is considered one of the best endocrinologist in medical history based on his pioneering research and published discoveries which include: