Beneficial effect of homeopathic medicines on breast cancer cells

Research published this month in the International Journal of Oncology has demonstrated the beneficial effects of homeopathic medicines on breast cancer cells.

http://www.homeopathyeurope.org/news-and-press/news/beneficial-effect-of-homeopathic-medicines-on-breast-cancer-cells

Homeopaths have been getting wonderful results with cancers for 200 years…hopefully now we will see more research into this condition that allopathic medicine has proven itself unable to get to grips with (despite TRILLIONS of dollars of research).

Ultra-dilutions work, homeopaths see this every day. How refreshing to see the first glimmerings of research science waking up to this phenomena.

Unfortunately there will be nothing profitable & patentable at the end of  research into the effects of ultra-dilutions, so I’ve got no idea where the funds might come from!

It is good to see a little good news in the media after the well funded & orchestrated anti-homeopathy campaign of the last few months.

As Ghandi once said:

First they ignore you, then they mock you, then they fight you, then you win.

Alan

3 Responses to Beneficial effect of homeopathic medicines on breast cancer cells

  1. Le Canard Blanc March 11, 2010 at 12:47 am #

    They cannot say that these results are placebo.

  2. homeopathyuk March 11, 2010 at 5:39 pm #

    Oh I’ve already read a few blog posts along the lines of “these results suggest nothing…it’s a statistical fluke…impossible that homeopathy can have an effect etc”. Of course further re-runs of these trials MAY show no effect above chance, but the Denialists are already sticking their fingers in their ears & singing “lalalala!” How very dogmatic & unscientific of them.

    Alan

  3. giordano March 14, 2010 at 6:45 pm #

    If I look at figure 1A I there are little difference between solvent and remedies. I missed confidence intervals. If the effects are strong maybe there is no need of statistics but in this case at least the confidence interval should be added. I don’t think that this study is well reported.

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