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|May 2002||Against Depression, a
Sugar Pill Is Hard to Beat
Placebos Improve Mood, Change Brain Chemistry in Majority of Trials of Antidepressants
Conclusion for homeopaths is that proving data is more important than clinical data when dealing with depression.
|June 2001||- The methodological
quality of randomized controlled trials of homeopathy, herbal medicines and
207 randomized trials from five previously published reviews were analyzed. Quality was highly variable and most had poor process. Homeopathy didn't do well. Larger trials published recently in journals listed in Medline and written in English did better.
|Int J Epidemiol 2001 Jun;30(3):526-531||Related Articles|
|June 18, 2001||+ Homeopathic Metals May Cure All Manner of Ailments - supportive article with quotes from UK people.||Reuters - Science|
|June 15, 2001||- Daughter sues Wisconsin non-classical wellness clinic homeopath Heather Murphy-Pollard using non-FDA approved drug after death of mother from cancer.||Milwaukee Journal Sentinel||Academy for Natural Health|
|April 2001||+ Flow-cytometric analysis
of basophil activation: inhibition by histamine at conventional and
Research by Prof. Madeleine Ennis, Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Institute of Clinical Sciences, The Queen's University of Belfast, UK. corroborates Benveniste's research.
|Inflamm Res 2001 Apr;50 Suppl 2:S47-8||The Guardian, UK|