Two New Studies Show Promise For Homeopathy
Two new published small scale studies show promise for patients seeking help with hemophilia and atopic dermatitis.
In the first study, 28 patients with severe to moderate hemophilia were treated in a single blind placebo trial to see if the health of the patients improved. This study demonstrated that in this group, homeopathic treatment did reduce the need for clotting factor concentrates. Given the cost of these concentrates - homeopathy offers hope for improving health and reducing the cost of care. A larger study is recommended.
In the second study, 42 patients with atopic dermatitis were treated homeopathically. Sixty-six percent of these patients had moderate to serve dermatitis at time of treatment. The study confirms other studies suggesting that in a general medical practice setting, homeopathic treatment could be regarded as an effective choice for patients with atopic dermatitis.
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