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11th May, 2022

The Big M: HRT vs natural – homeopathy ‘preferred’ for high breast cancer risk women

Menopause experts discuss the benefits of homeopathy For many women, taking control of perimenopause and menopause is liberating and empowering, during a time where our bodies experience massive biochemical changes. ...

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11th May, 2022

Randomised controlled trials data update 2021

The Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) is pleased to announce the findings from Dr Robert Mathie’s latest clinical evidence update: Total number of randomised controlled trials (RCTs): 2021: 255 RCTs of homeopathic ...

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Future Events

The European Academies’ Science Advisory Council (EASAC) statement ‘Homeopathic products and practices’

ECCH represents 26 associations of homeopaths across Europe, ensuring patients have access to high quality homeopathic treatment. This statement clarifies some points in relation to the recent statement by EASAC on homeopathy. (1)

Patients are not well served by this biased report. ECCH looks forward to collaboration with other organizations throughout Europe to seek positive dialogue with EASAC at EU and national level to discuss a more realistic approach to evaluating homeopathy research.

References

  1. European Academies’  Science Advisory Council. Homeopathic products and practices: assessing the evidence and ensuring consistency in regulating medical claims in the EU. http://www.easac.eu/home/reports-and-statements/detail-view/article/homeopathic.html
  2. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=REPORT&reference=A8-2017-0040&format=XML&language=EN
  3. Ed Chaplin C. Special issue: The Memory of Water. Homeopathy (2007):96;141-230
  4. Mathie RT. Controlled clinical studies of homeopathy. Homeopathy 2015;104:328-332
  5. echamp.eu/echamp-resources/echamp-positions/2017-09-22-easac-echamp-response.pdf

http://www.echamp.eu/our-sector/practice-and-evidence/clinical-data-and-research/fewer-side-effects