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The homeopathy debate

Homeopathy is controversial.

Public figures from politicians to comedians frequently make strong statements against homeopathy, but very few people have actually had the chance to read the facts about homeopathy research for themselves.

Homeopathy Research Institute takes the most commonly repeated statements about homeopathy and sees how accurate they are according to the scientific evidence we have so far.

'There is no scientific evidence homeopathy works'

'Scientists say homeopathy is impossible'

'If you tested it against conventional medicine, you'd see it doesn't work'

'You can't explain how it works'

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Look behind the headlines at some of the most controversial stories:

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Homeopathy Report ('Australian Report')
European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC ) Statement 2017

The Swiss report, 2011
The UK ‘Science & Technology’ report, 2010

The Lancet Paper, 2005

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Last updated on 20 Nov 2020