Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen
Foundation of the Krankenhaus für Naturheilweisen
Board of the foundation
Gerhard S. Hafenbrädl (chairman)
Elke Vetter, Dipl.-Ing.
Dr. med. Robert Zell
Responsible for content according to § 55 II RStV
(address as above)
Government of Upper Bavaria
260 910 261
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D–82110 Germering near Munich
The grammatical masculine form was used in most cases to improve readability of the text. This serves as simplification and does not represent discrimination of other genders.