Bon, Henri (1885-?)

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Bon, Henri (1885-?)

French physician and parapsychologist. Born August 1, 1885, at Dijon, France, he studied at the University of Lyons Medical School (M.D., 1912). In 1919 he was founder of the Clinique Médicale of Arguel (Doubs) and served as its director for more than 30 years (1919-52). He is best known outside his native land for his several books, which include La Mort et ses problèmes (Death and Its Problems, 1941), Les Guérisons miraculeuses modernes (1952; trans. Modern Miraculous Cures [1957]) and Le Miracle devant la science (Miracle and Science, 1957).