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The first meta analysis of a medical treatment was published in 1955. The first meta analysis in evidence of homeopathy was published in 1991.

Upto the end of year 2010, there have been 11 meta-analysis and 8 systematic reviews including 1 cochrane review (out of approximately 20 systematic reviews published) published in 14 peer-reviewed medical journals in evidence of homeopathy.

Out of 11 meta analysis, 5 are comprehensive, 5 on specific medical condition and 1 on super-avogadro dilution effect. These 19 studies are part of the total 270 human studies in evidence of homeopathy upto the end of 2010.

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Scientific plausible mechanism of action of ‘potentised high dilutions’ in homeopathy 

How ‘super-avogadro dilutions’ in homeopathy stimulate the biological activity and restore the homeostatic mechanism? 

All system of medicines are prepared and administered in doses whose ingredients can be quantified to be below Avogadro limit except homeopathic medicine which is available in both below (hormetic) as well as above [Beyond the Reciprocal of Avogadro Number (BRAN), also known as avogram) avogadro limit.

The probability of finding one molecule of the n molecules of the original substance above avogadro limit is extremely small, but not zero. ‘Super-Avogadro’s dilutions’ [15]/’potentised high dilutions’ [12] are aqueous solutions diluted above avogadro limit. 

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Science, Evidence-based Medicine and CAM…..it´s controversial!

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Patients are increasingly making their own healthcare their own responsibility, and are becoming more selective in what treatment and therapies they use in their recovery from illness. Dissatisfaction with conventional treatment that is indifferent of a holistic view of health, may produce more or less severe side-effects, or even concomitant diseases, makes patients seek new approaches for relief of their suffering. Frequently, the choice is an alternative and complementary medical discipline…………………

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Science, Evidence-based Medicine and CAM…..it´s controversial!

Guest Post Written by Uta Mittelstadt (The Author)

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Patients are increasingly making their own healthcare their own responsibility, and are becoming more selective in what treatment and therapies they use in their recovery from illness. Dissatisfaction with conventional treatment that is indifferent of a holistic view of health, may produce more or less severe side-effects, or even concomitant diseases, makes patients seek new approaches for relief of their suffering. Frequently, the choice is an alternative and complementary medical discipline…………………

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