craig weiler wrote:Here is a list of positve studies: There are a lot of them. I had to go to page 3 on a search for "positive homeopathic studies"
27. Reilly DT, Taylor MA, McSharry C, Aitchison T. Is homeopathy a placebo response? Controlled trial of
homeopathic potency, with pollen in hayfever as model. Lancet 1986; ii: 881–885.
28. Taylor MA, Reilly D, Llewellyn-Jones RH, McSharry C, Aitchison TC. Randomised controlled trial of
homoeopathy versus placebo in perennial allergic rhinitis with overview of four trial series. British
Medical Journal 2000; 321: 471–476.
I am new on this board, so bear with me.
On my forum there is the usual discussion on the (de)merits of homeopathy (load of tosh, if you ask me...) and someone has come up with above studies.
As one is published in the BMJ and one in the Lancet they cannot be so easily dismissed.
Does anyone know them or knows why they are not reliable?
The one in the Lancet is very old, but it is still The Lancet, so I would like to know more.
Can anyone help?
I am not medical doctor, so I cannot read competently a medical paper, reason why I am asking for help.
In case someone can read Italian, here is the discussion that originated this post:http://www.autosvezzamento.it/forum/Thr ... 3#pid39113
Thanks in advance.