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In the ‘80’s I helped a woman get off tranquillizers, to which she had been addicted for over 20 years. Shortly after that it was discovered that tranquillizers destroyed brain cells. It was then that advice was issued that patients should not be on these drugs for longer than 6/8 weeks.
It then became obvious to me that any long term application of pharmaceutical drugs resulted in chronic, incurable conditions. Because if you must constantly apply a pharmaceutical drug to a condition then at best, you are palliating it, and from a homeopathic point of view you are suppressing it. Which will result in an incurable chronic condition.
I therefore suggest that, as medical records are available in computerized form, research is done to link the patients with chronic incurable conditions [of any kind] to previous long term treatment with pharmaceutical drugs. It should be relatively easy to prove [or disprove] this point.
If the point is proven, then consider the millions that could be saved, with a consequent improvement in the health of the nation.
  passkey on 2004-11-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Good point pass. Why doesn't anyone set up any homeopathic schools/hospitals like they use to have? There are none (at least in the U.S.) Aren't there any people with money who could invest in such projects to spread awareness?
Mark21ny last decade
what is nhs?
Mark21ny last decade
NHS = National Health Service - of the UK. [supposedly free].
passkey last decade

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