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News & Media

Find the latest news about homeopathy research and the work of HRI. From announcements of new scientific publications, to updates on fundraising events, you will find it all here.


The Controversial Australian Report: Did the evidence on Homeopathy get a fair hearing?

A report on Homeopathy produced by the Australian Government research institute – NHMRC – found ‘no reliable evidence’ homeopathy is effective. Thi...

Examining reasons for divergence in interpretation of the evidence base for homeopathy

Synopsis by Alastair Gray of ‘Plausibility and evidence: the case of homeopathy’. Rutten L, Mathie RT, Fisher P, Goossens M, van Wassenhoven M. Med...

Improvements seen in independent reproducibility of homeopathic basic research results

Synopsis by Suse Moebius of ‘Repetitions of fundamental research models for homeopathically prepared dilutions beyond 10-23: A bibliometric study.’...

A Trial of Homeopathy for Moderate to Severe Depression

Synopsis by Suse Moebius of ‘Homeopathic Individualized Q-Potencies versus Fluoxetine for Moderate to Severe Depression: Double-blind, Randomized N...

Homeopathic Remedies Produce Specific Symptoms Different from Placebo

Synopsis by Suse Moebius of ‘Homeopathic Pathogenetic Trials Produce Specific Symptoms Different from Placebo’. Möllinger H, Schneider R, Walach H....

NHS Research Roundup on Homeopathy – more please!

Synopsis By Suse Moebius. The NHS Evidence service, launched last year, provides a valuable portal to a vast range of medical research. This user-f...

Nobel Prize Winner for AIDS Investigates High-dilutions Effects

Synopsis By Dr Alexander Tournier. In a recent paper, Nobel Prize winner, Prof Luc Montagnier, and his team report the results of a series of rigor...

Long term health improvements of homeopathy users

Synopsis by Suse Moebius of ‘How healthy are chronically ill patients after eight years of homeopathic treatment? Results from a long term observat...