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Clinical Trial shows Homeopathy Works

posted on 24th June 2011 by Dr Brian Kaplan

A positive article in the media about homeopathy is a rare event these days, but a recent clinical trial showing the effectiveness of homeopathy in hay fever just could not be ignored. Many trials showing that homeopathy works better than placebo have been published but dismissed by skeptics as ‘one-offs’ that could never be repeated.

What is exceptional about this trial performed at the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital is that it has been repeated no less than four times. On each occasion homeopathy has fared significantly better than placebo in treating the very common and debilitating condition of hayfever.

Read the article in the Daily Mail.

 Clinical Trial shows Homeopathy Works

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