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December 12, 2006:  CBC News
Ontario minister seeks to strengthen patients' rights
Government introduces omnibus legislation in Ontario, including enforced regulation of homeopaths under joint professional college with naturopaths.


October 5, 2006:  BBC News
Alternative therapy funding boost
As of January 2007, patients in Northern Ireland will get access to national health service funding for treatment in homeopathy and other complementary therapies.


August 25, 2006:  The Independent (UK)
Census calls to help conquer horse chestnut threat
Two year study in the Hague shows that trees can benefit from homeopathy, too!


August 20, 2006:  Contact Music
Principal gets ok to go into space
Homeopathy is credited with helping actress Victoria Principal pass physical requirements for space travel on Virgin Galactic mission in 2008.


August 1, 2006:  Common Ground
Monopoly medicine squashes the alternatives
Conventional medicine and the pharmaceutical industry continue to marginalize homeopathy and other complementary and alternative medicines through a campaign of "death by a thousand cuts".


June 24, 2006:  Northern Echo (UK)
A shot in the arm for alternative medicine
The Northern College of Homeopathic Medicine celebrates 25 years of training homeopaths in North-east England.


May 27, 2006:  Guardian Unlimited (UK)
Bottom line is that it works, says homeopathic chief
Homeopathy may be controversial, but it works, insists Peter Fisher, clinical director of the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital.


April 8, 2006:  The Tribune (India)
A Sweet Pill to Swallow
In India, as in most of the rest of the world, homeopathy is recognized as the largest alternative system of medicine.


March 31, 2006:  Utne Reader
Diluting a Disease
Homeopathy offers a safe, effective, and inexpensive alternative to vaccines and anti-viral drugs against the avian flu.


March 10, 2006:  Joint CSH/WCHS Submission
Response to NHPD Interim Policies on Raw Materials and Compounding
Members of the CSH Political Action committee help prepare an itemized response to the NHPD interim policies on raw materials and compounding that affect all homeopaths in Canada.


January 15, 2006:  Ode Magazine
The January/February issue features articles on homeopathy, including:
The Controversial Cure
The ABCs of Homeopathy
Fighting the Flu
Homeopathy’s New Frontiers
Using Homeopathy to Treat Cancer


January 1, 2006:  Interhomeopathy
Welcome to Interhomeopathy
Announcing a free monthly internet journal for international homeopaths, patients, and interested people, edited by Lou Klein, Jan Scholten, and Ulrich Welte.




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