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A study on effectiveness of homoeopathic remedies in treatment of induced tumour in rats

A study on effectiveness of homoeopathic remedies in treatment of induced tumour in rats

Freshly aspirated and cleaned Dalton's lymphoma ascites tumour cells were injected intramuscularly on the right thigh of all the mice, one million per animal. They were then kept in seven well ventilated cages, seven in each. Those in first cage were the controls which were provided only with food and water. Mice in the remaining six cages were exposed to the action of homoeopathic remedies. The drugs were administered orally through drinking water right from the day of tumour induction and continued upto six months.
All the mice without exemption developed hard tumour almost uniformly. All those in the first cage, the controls died with the ulcerated tumour. A good percentage of the treated mice survived without any trace of tumour while the others had the same fate as of the controls. The survivors were kept in the laboratory for six months and no recurrence of tumour was found taking place. They were therefore discarded.

% age of mice survived with complete cure

Cage 1 Control
No Medicine

Cage 2
Kali Mur 200X

Cage 3
Phyt. 200X

Cage 4
Hydr. 200X

Cage 5
Zinc. 200X

Cage 6
Con. 200X

Cage 7
Carc. 200X

The above study is taken from Chapter 21 Homeopathic Medicines successful in Tumour Reduction by Thobias P. Maliekal, IHRD, Thrissur, Kerala, India from the book Veterinary Homeopathy published by B. Jain Publishers.
  kadwa on 2009-03-08
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dr kwdwa,
what medicine were used during the couse of experiment?

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Dr. Mahfooz

No medicine for the Control Group. For other groups only homoeopathic remedies. No other medicines.

With Best Wishes and Eid Greetings.
kadwa last decade

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