Daily Archives: August 14, 2015

Safety and cost benefit

Safety Doctors at the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital (now the Royal London Hospital of Integrated Medicine) conducted a review of the safety of homeopathy. Papers published between 1970 and 1995 were studied for rep ...

The evidence base

Randomised controlled trials A total of 138 RCTs in homeopathy have been published in good quality scientific journals: positive effects have been reported in 60 (44% of the total) and negative findings have been report ...

The growing demand for homeopathy

Homeopathy has never been so popular; currently 15% of the population of Britain trust it as a form of treatment.1 The over-the-counter market in homeopathy currently stands at around £40million in the UK, based on th ...

Homeopathy and the NHS

The NHS spends approximately £4 million a year on homeopathy. The three NHS homeopathic hospitals have been a part of the NHS since it began in 1948. They currently treat tens of thousands of patients per year who are ...

Immunisation

Where there is no medical contraindication, immunisation should be carried out in the normal way using the conventional tested and approved vaccines. Where there is a medical contraindication and/or a patient would other ...

Influenza A(H1N1) – Swine flu

The Faculty of Homeopathy supports the Department of Health in its approach to the A(H1N1) flu pandemic. www.webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/www.nhs.uk/AlertsEmergencies/Pages/Pandemicflualert.aspx Key in this ...

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