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Nigma said on 08 December 2010

It's interesting how homeopathy doesn't dissolve away despite extensive efforts to discredit it. If people know it works then jeering won't alter that. The last Which? report I recall said the vast majority who tried it were satisfied or very satisfied with the results. Cuba, using a homoepathic Leptospirosis vaccine last year had very much better results than with standard vaccine: shame that no scientific or medical journal sees fit to publish the data. Of course it works. Worldwide it is the most used alternative to drugs, and less toxic therefore especially good for children and pregnant women. It's also cheap, and with NHS costs rising so rapidly it needs to be encouraged. A century ago, public demand and public subscription funded our five great homeopathic hospitals; we need them still.