Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Dear Dana. I was nodding my head and cheering you on throughout this article. Commendations to you on your contributions to furthering homeopathic care in the U.S. and around the world. Thorough articles with references that answer questions from both the uninitiated and the well-informed add value. Three cheers to Dana.

I thought this was very important: "The study found that 50 percent of patients given a homeopathic medicine experienced a 25 percent or greater improvement in tender point pain on examination, as compared to only 15 percent of those who were given a placebo experienced a similar degree of improvement. After four months, the homeopathic patients also rated the "helpfulness of the treatment" significantly greater than did those who were given a placebo."