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H5N1 Virus - Any thoughts ?

H5N1 virus is making its annual round throughout various parts of the world. Human infections and death are mounting. Isn't there something that homoeopathy could do about it ? Is there a world or regional organisation of homoeopathy that could make a propsosal to WHO or FAO to carry out a study of the effectiveness of homoeopathy in controlling and healing those infected ?

This is infact a good opportunity to demonstrate the efficacy of homoeopathy. Any thoughts on it ?
  chiongguo on 2007-02-05
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I know these folks are standing by...

flu_articles_avian.html " rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank">http://www.homeopathic.org/flu_articles_avian.html

Take a look at the link about the international conference in Paris that was held November 2005 which discussed staying on top of h5n1 as it developed. That is the last I heard of anything organized.

I believe the current problem is not enough experience out there yet with h5n1. That is probably the good news. I think if h5n1 really takes off in humans it will be apparent fairly quickly what the genus epidemicus us. Meanwhile, it's too bad something couldn't be done to save the large flocks of poultry that are being culled.

Last I knew, WHO was ready to issue an acknowledgement of homeopathy but it was shot down by political insiders unwilling to accede homeopathy's value.
Daisy43 last decade
Thanks Daisy for the info.
chiongguo last decade

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