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Tony Williams
Posted on 26 Oct 2009 2:20 pm

David Tredinnick states that the letter sent to the WHO ignores "very clear randomised, double-blind trials that proved that it (homeopathy) is effective in the particular area of childhood diarrhoea on which it was criticised". This is, in fact, incorrect. The latest high quality clinic trials show that homeopathy is an ineffective treatment for every condition that has so far been tested. If he wants a summary of the work in this area I suggest that he gets the latest information from the Cochrane Collaboration or if this is a little technical for him that he read "Trick or Treatment" by Simon Singh and Edzard Ernst (professor of complementary medicine, Peninsula Medical School).

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