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European Coalition on Homeopathic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products

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What’s new in the sector?

  • 22 Jun 2018

    Following the debate: homeopathy and anthroposophic medicine

    Homeopathy continues to hit the headlines in Europe and elsewhere, with more negative stories about homeopathy than usual in the media in the last few months, often based on incomplete or biased information. At the same time, in a number of countries, the homeopathic community is fighting back more openly, with active campaigns in UK, Australia, Germany and Sweden. Although the media is less inclined to cover the positive stories, in some cases the responses and campaigns are gaining traction. This month-by-month summary of recent news items includes both positive and negative stories, supported by useful background to give you the facts behind the headlines.

  • 29 May 2018

    Study confirms scientific status of anthroposophic medicine

    A new study, using criteria from contemporary philosophy of science, confirms the status of anthroposophic medicine as a scientific discipline.

What’s new at ECHAMP?

  • 22 Sep 2017

    ECHAMP response: EASAC Statement on Homeopathic Products and Practices

    EASAC’s statement seeks to provide a scientific basis for policy making for homeopathic medicinal products in the EU; yet its assessment is based on incomplete knowledge of the current EU regulatory system for these products. Its review of the evidence for homeopathy depends on unreliable reports and studies and contains only second hand scientific analysis.

  • 03 May 2017

    ECHAMP Membership Assembly 2017

    CEOs attend workshop on the future of our sector and Laboratoires Gilbert joins ECHAMP as a new full member.

European Coalition on Homeopathic & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products

ECHAMP works to develop the industry for homeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products so as to ensure availability of both medicines for self-medication and medicines recommended by prescribers.