homeopathy and hiv / aidsWhat is incurable to-day may be curable to-morrow, and what we are all of this generation deem incurable may be considered very amendable to treatment in the next generation. James Compton Burnett. M.D.
In INDIA homeopaths successfully treat cholera, encephalitis, meningitis, typhoid, malaria, and other infectious diseases Our remedies work just as well today as they did for Samuel Hahnemann during the cholera epidemics in the 1830's. David Little
A Homeopathic Perspective on AIDS by Dana Ullman, MPH
(Excepted from Consumer's Guide to Homeopathy, Tarcher/Putnam)
'Homeopathy has an impressive history of successes in treating infectious disease, including many of the most serious and potentially fatal infectious diseases known to humankind. The significant successes of homeopathic treatment of the infectious diseases that raged during the 1800s in the United States and Europe created tremendous support for this natural therapy. Death rates in homeopathic hospitals from cholera, typhoid, yellow fever, scarlet fever, and pneumonia were commonly one half to as little as one eighth those in conventional medical hospitals. Besides hospitals, prisons and insane asylums that employed physicians who specialized in homeopathy experienced a similar success rate compared to other institutions under the care of conventional physicians.'
Controlled Clinical Trials Evaluating the Homeopathic
Treatment of People with Human Immunodeficiency
Virus or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
DANA ULLMAN, M.P.H.
Volume 9, Number 1, 2003, pp. 133141
Homeopathy International 1 on 2010-08-04
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