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Homeopathy: A new U.S. study raises very important questions

So far, the effects of homeopathy by most scientists and doctors denied or interpreted as a pure placebo effect.

However, It now was proven by a more conventional medical-oriented group of scientists in the laboratory of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDA) in a comprehensive study, a real impact.

It is on the studied homeopathic remedies for high potency, so very dilute solutions that the original agent is no longer detectable. In purely physical, these were words for water according to the representatives of the homeopathy works in this solution, but "spirit" of the originally brought more of the active ingredient. Conservative scholars considered this so far out of the question.

The U.S. study shows now but in the four high-potency agents Carcinosin, Phytolacca, Conium and Thuja have a clear inhibitory effect on the growth of breast cancer cells. This impact would be in scale so far in breast cancer established and regularly used drug taxol in accordance with this is from the biomass of the Pacific yew tree and won by the pharmaceutical giant BMS sold.

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Whether the effect is actually corresponding to a homeopathic treatment of breast cancer and therefore, ethically justifiable, but must be confirmed only by further studies thus the scientists in the International Journal of Oncology. "

Dr. Ralph Moss, declared medical school and his objectivity famous for, points out that one such results should not be closed before the eyes. Just because you cannot explain it, could they should not be deprived of humanity. A scientist should always know all take notes of facts without bias perhaps a different reason behind this effect, as suggested by the Hahnemann (the founder of homeopathy). All of this must still be explored, said Dr. Moss.

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