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December 1, 2005: Medical Science Monitor
The growth of a Lie and the End of "Conventional" Medicine
Recurrent media campaigns against homeopathy derive from the pharmaceutical industry's defence of its profits from the "threat" of this safer, more effective, and much less expensive treatment modality.
November 25, 2005: Telegraph (UK)
Keep taking the arsenic
Patients attest to life-changing improvement from homeopathic treatment.
November 22, 2005: Daily Mail (Scotland)
Homeopathic remedies that work for 70pc of patients
When conventional medicines were unable to relieve chronic symptoms, researchers found that homeopathic medicines often brought about improved health.
November 21, 2005: BBC News
New study is boost to homeopathy
A six-year study of over 6,500 patients in the UK reports that homeopathy helped improve the health of over 70% of patients with chronic conditions such as arthritis, asthma, eczema, and menopausal symptoms.
November 3, 2005: NCBI Resources
Homeopathic medical practice: Long-term result of a cohort study with 3981 patients
Large study of homeopathic patients in Germany and Switzerland reports marked and sustained improvements in disease severity and quality of life.
October 27, 2005: Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine
Free Downloads Available
Special issue dedicated to Samuel Hahnemann declares that homeopathy is "alive and well" -- free access is available to all papers, debates, and discussion!
October 7, 2005: Gazette.net (Maryland Community Newspapers)
Laboratory launched to study benefits of medicinal alternatives
New non-profit, non-affiliated research laboratory opens in Maryland, to test effectiveness of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in curing and preventing diseases.
August 31, 2005: WCHS Press Release
Lancet conclusions are unfounded
WCHS Board of Directors rejects findings published in Lancet.
August 30, 2005: Public Library of Science Medicine
Why Most Published Research Findings Are False
Revealing insight into the reliability of scientific research questions the possibility of truly objective results, free from biases and pre-conceived assumptions.
August 27, 2005: Lancet
Are the clinical effects of homoeopathy placebo effect? Comparative study of placebo-controlled trials of homoeopathy and allopathy
Authors state that analytical bias undermines effectiveness of homeopathic research.
July 2005: 50 Connect (UK)
Understand Homeopathy: Will homeopathy be the medicine of the 21st century?
An interview with Gill Rose and Heather Haskell, both registered members of the Society Of Homeopaths, who share a practice in Datchet, Berkshire.
June 12, 2005: Announcement
It is with great sadness that the homeopathic community marks the passing of Julian Winston, homeopathic historian, collector, author, editor of Homeopathy Today, and co-director of the Wellington College of Homeopathy in New Zealand.
To donate to the Julian Winston Memorial Fund:
May 17, 2005: BBC News
Homeopathy ward escapes cutbacks
Britain's only homeopathic inpatient hospital ward escapes closure from NHS cutbacks.
May 6, 2005: Duetsche Welle
Homeopathy seeks more acknowledgement
Chairman of the German Association of Homeopathic Doctors urges wider government recognition of this 200 year-old system of medicine.
April 10, 2005: BBC News
Malaria row inspired Homeopathy
Homeopaths around the world celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy.
April 6, 2005: Telegraph (UK)
Alternative medics in the disaster zone
UK charity Frontline Homeopathy sends aid to tsunami victims in Sri Lanka.
March 12, 2005: Pak Tribune
Homeopathic system of Medicare to be encouraged: PM
Pakistanís Prime Minister says government will encourage and promote homeopathic system of care as an inexpensive mode of treatment for the common man.
February 25, 2005: Washington Post
Review of Copelandís Cure by Natalie Robins, a fascinating account of the 150 year war between homeopathy and conventional medicine in the US.
February 1, 2005: Natural Solutions
Homeopathy finally gets some respect
Patients and doctors are turning to homeopathy in record numbers.
January 22, 2005: Times (London)
Why we must consider some of the alternatives
Although there is a need for exploring complementary and alternative therapies, difficulties arise when applying drug-testing protocols to non-drug based therapies.
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