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Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century

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Defending Choice in Medicine

H:MC21 is a charity established to counter the unfounded propaganda against homeopathy by informing the public of the facts about homeopathy and its historical and scientific relationship to orthodox medicine.

It will do this through research, publication and campaigning.

Clicking on the links below will take you directly to various aspects of our campaign

Follow us on Twitter at @HMC21org

Publications

Nonsense, Not Science

 Halloween Science

Pilot survey of PCTs

Edzard Ernst interview

 Resource pack

CS&TC Report

CS&CT Evidence Check

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Charity no. 1124711
Registered address: Poppyseed Cottage,
High Street, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk PE33 9SF

References

1. G. Bracho et al., ‘Large-scale application of highly-diluted bacteria for Leptospirosis epidemic control’,
  Homeopathy, 99 (2010),156-66, available at <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20674839>.
2. D.S. Spence, E.A. Thompson, S.J. Barron, ‘Homeopathic Treatment for Chronic Disease: A 6-Year,
  University-Hospital Outpatient Observational Study’, JACM, 2005, 11:793-798.
3. Professor Kent Woods, Chief Executive of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
  (MHRA), response to Q211, House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, Evidence 
  Check: Homeopathy (2010), p. Ev 70, at:
  <http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200910/cmselect/cmsctech/45/45.pdf>
4. Mr Mike O’Brien, Minister for Health Services, Department of Health, response to Q244, Evidence
  Check, p. Ev 73.
5. O’Brien, response to Q244, Evidence Check, p. Ev 73.
6. Spence et al.
7. Sarah Boseley, ‘Adverse drug reactions cost NHS £2bn’, The Guardian, 3 April 2008,
  <http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/apr/03/nhs.drugsandalcohol>, accessed 14 November
  2008.
8. <http://www.britishhomeopathic.org /research/ >.
9. ‘How much do we know?’, BMJ Clinical Evidence at
  <http://clinicalevidence.bmj.com/ceweb/about/knowledge.jsp>.
10. ‘Interview mit Professor Edzard Ernst, Exeter’, Homöopathische Nachrichten, April 2010, 1-3,
  translation at <http://www.hmc21.org/ #/edzard-ernst/4543212059>.
11. Funding information taken from the annual accounts at the Charity Commission.
12. Strategy information from the ‘Memorandum submitted by Sense About Science’ (HO36), Evidence 
  Check, pp. Ev 7-8.
13. William Alderson, Halloween Science (Stoke Ferry: Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century,
  2009), available at <http://www.hmc21.org/#/ halloween-science/4535659799>.
14. ‘Formal minutes’, Evidence Check, pp. 48-50.
15. Register of Members’ Interests, available at <http://www.theyworkforyou.com/regmem/?p=10261>,
  accessed 22 May 2010.
16. <http://www.senseaboutscience.org.uk/index.php/site/other/491/>, accessed 22 May 2010.

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