Is it the Breakthrough in Homeopathy We Have Been Waiting For? – Magnetic Photons and Homeopathic Modus Operandi?

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Is it the Breakthrough in Homeopathy We Have Been Waiting For? – Magnetic Photons and Homeopathic Modus Operandi?

Is it the Breakthrough in Homeopathy We Have Been Waiting For? – Magnetic Photons and Homeopathic Modus Operandi?

A recent paper by Lenger Karin, Institute for Scientific Homeopathy, Offenbach D-63065, Germany titled, “Homeopathy—A Regulation Therapy Healing Hypo- or Hyper-functions of Pathological Pathways by Magnetic Photons according to the Resonance Principle” published in Journal of Life Sciences 11 (2017) 53-64; doi: 10.17265/1934-7391/2017.02.001 claims an important finding for the most burning question of century – the Modus Operandi of Homeopathy! The excerpts of the abstract are as follows: Homeopathy is a regulation therapy that acts (and reacts) as per the principle of resonance to deal hypo- and hyper-functions of pathological pathways. As per resonance principle, the fundamental principles of homeopathy have the same frequencies

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An Exclusive Interview With Prof. Paolo Bellavite

An Exclusive Interview  Prof. (Dr.) PAOLO BELLAVITE By Dr. Saurav Arora Founder About Prof. (Dr.) Paolo Bellavite Prof. (Dr.) Paolo Bellavite is a medical doctor, graduated from Trieste University (I) in 1976, specialized in Clinical and Laboratory Haematology. He holds an MPhil in Biotechnology (Cranfield University, UK) and a Master in Health Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology.  Until the academic year 2016-17 he worked as Professor of General Pathology in the School of Medicine, Verona University, and at present he works in the same University (Department of Medicine) as Teaching Assistant and Research Supervisor. He is Professor of General Pathology in

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6 Years of Existence and Promotion of Research in Homeopathy

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Research Updates-Homeopathy Volume5-Issue 4

The latest issue of Research-Updates Homeopathy is now available at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/ejournal Read on Scribd

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An Exclusive Interview with Prof. AR Khuda-Bukhsh for IPRH

I am happy to share with you the comprehensive interview of Prof. A.R. Khuda-Bukhsh, Ph.D., taken for Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy. Dr. Khuda Bukhsh is the former Head, Deptt. of Zoology, University of Kalyani, and Retired Professor Emeritus, University Grants Commission, Govt. of India, at the University of Kalyani. Dr. Khuda-Bukhsh has dedicated more than 35 years of his professional career for exploring and establishing high dilutions and homeopathy. Really an eye opener and motivation for all of us Read, share and save at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/interview-arkb

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Homeopathic Research Database Update Nov 2016

The Homeopathic Research Database by Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy now indexes 1000 research publications in homeopathy, and the counting is still on! The research publications are indexed according to the type of study like Fundamental, Clinical, Veterinary, Agro, etc. This is surely an authentic & scientific answer to all skeptics and non-believers of homeopathy. The research in homeopathy is being undertaken globally and the day is not far when Homeopathy would be accepted as a therapeutic science with a proven scientificity. For more information and subscribe to free email alerts visit www.researchinhomeopathy.org Like/Follow IPRH on www.facebook.com/homeoresearch www.twitter.com/homeoresearch

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Webinar on How to Write A Clinical Trial in Homeopathy

Dear colleague, When it comes to Clinical Research in Homeopathy, we hesitate to step ahead. In most of the cases, this hitch may be due to lack of a sound clinical trial protocol. The upcoming free webinar on How to Write A Clinical Trial in Homeopathy aims at addressing common issues related to clinical trial formulation especially with respect to Homeopathy. This webinar is useful for clinicians and budding researchers who believe in practicing evidence-based homeopathy. The details of the event may be seen at http://researchinhomeopathy.org/event/write-clinical-trial-protocol/ Come and join the Free Webinar on  Wednesday, Nov 09, 2016 Time:06:00 PM – 08:00 PM GMT

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Research Updates-Homeopathy Volume5-Issue3

Read online on Scribd Fundamental Research in Homeopathy: Recent Developments and Physics Interfaces Homeopathy is the second largest medical system practiced across the globe, and also amongst the most controversial therapeutic medical systems. The biggest controversy relates with the “Nature” of the ultra-high dilutions (UHDs). The UHDs are expected to devoid of “active therapeutic molecules”; termed simple dilution, and hence, compared with placebo. The modus operandi still remains a challenge for UHDs. But science in this area has gone beyond the boundaries of test tubes. An extensive research has been carried out to prove the plausibility of homeopathy. Homeopathy has

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IPRH Portal Upgrade

The Initiative to Promote Research in Homeopathy (IPRH), an initiative by Dr. Saurav Arora has now entered in its 5th year of existence. Authentic information and intuitiveness has always been a hallmark of IPRH’s initiatives since inception. As a part of this promise efforts are always made to continually improve the information delivery, services and systems. IPRH web is now upgrading from www.audesapere.in to www.researchinhomeopathy.org, to serve things in a better way. The transition activity has already been started and is expected to complete by end of May 2015. During this time all the information at www.audesapere.in shall remain available. Redirects

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Generic Protocol for Clinicians – [PHORECISS] An initiative by IPRH

PHORECISS: Promotion of Homeopathic Research Through Community Initiated and Supported Studies PHORECISS represents part of our society who is interested in sharing knowledge and coming together to support research in homeopathy. After the successful development of draft on “Priority Areas for Research in Homeopathy“, IPRH has undertaken further steps. As a part of PHORECISS a new initiative called “Generic Protocol for Clinicians (GCP)” has been started. The salient features of GCP are as follows: GCP is for clinicians and by the clinicians. As ideology of PHORECISS is to work together, GCP shall be developed by all of us. For GCP

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