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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.

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Rachel Roberts explains why the Your Health Your Choice campaign needs urgent worldwide support

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HRI FAQs go multilingual!

Now live in French, German, Italian and Spanish. Our Frequently Asked Questions webpages take the most commonly repeated statements about homeopath...
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NHS Homeopathy in the spotlight

Homeopathy has been part of the UK’s National Health Service since its inception. Here are the key facts for those wishing to know more about...
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HRI Research update – IBS Service Evaluation begins

We are proud to announce that, thanks to the generosity of our donors, a service evaluation assessing the homeopathic treatment of IBS at Barnsley ...
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2nd HRI Conference – Rome 2015

HRI is delighted to announce an impressive line up of confirmed keynote speakers for the 2nd HRI International Homeopathy Research Conference: Prof...
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Interim results of HRI-supported IBS trial published

Peckham E. J., et al., Interim results of a randomised controlled trial of homeopathic treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. More...
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HRI gives input to consultation on flawed Australian NHMRC homeopathy report

The Homeopathy Research Institute (HRI) welcomes attempts to critically evaluate the evidence base for homeopathy, providing this is done accuratel...
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HRI wins prestigious Outstanding Achievement Award

On 11 April 2014 HRI received the annual Outstanding Achievement Award from the Society of Homeopaths, the largest organisation registering homeopa...
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HRI Barcelona 2013 Conference films bring latest research to a wider audience

Over the past few weeks and months, you may have noticed the HRI social media profile expanding as we address the challenge of encouraging the next...
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HRI submission to antimicrobial resistance inquiry published

HRI recently submitted written evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into antimicrobial resistance, considered ...
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