Homeopathic Treatment for Chronic Disease: A 6-Year, University-Hospital Outpatient Observational Study

To cite this article: David S. Spence, Elizabeth A. Thompson and S.J. Barron. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. October 2005, 11(5): 793-798. doi:10.1089/acm.2005.11.793. Published in Volume: 11 Issue 5: November 18, 2005

“Conclusions: Homeopathic intervention offered positive health changes to a substantial proportion of a large cohort of patients with a wide range of chronic diseases. Additional observational research, including studies using different designs, is necessary for further research development in homeopathy.”

“At a time when the British Medical Association is calling for an end to national funding for homeopathy and detractors are describing it as “nonsense on stilts”, a Nobel prize-winning scientist has made a discovery that suggests that homeopathy does have a scientific basis after all. In July, Nobel Prize winning French virologist Professor Luc Montagnier shocked fellow Nobel prize-winners and the medical establishment by telling them that he had discovered that water has a memory that continues even after many dilutions.”

NaturalNews Tuesday, October 05, 2010 by: Tony Isaacs
Nobel Scientist Discovers Scientific Basis of Homeopathy


“Long search to find back pain therapy”

“For many Americans, finding an effective therapy for back pain is elusive. A new study comparing acupuncture, massage and self -care found that after one year the massage group came out ahead, using the least amount of medications and spending the least amount of money for subsequent medical care, said Daniel C. Cherkin from the Center for Health Studies in Seattle. Acupuncture was relatively ineffective. ‘Therapeutic massage was effective for persistent lower back pain, apparently providing long-lasting benefits,’ he reported in the Archives of Internal Medicine.”

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