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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

Lobby of Parliament Follow-up

On Wednesday 24 February at 2.30 p.m. 250 supporters of H:MC21 lobbied their MPs. 

They then handed in to No. 10 Downing Street the declaration: 'Homeopathy Worked for Me' signed by 28,112 people.

If you would like to support this protest against the threat to homeopathy in the NHS, why not contact your MP at: http://findyourmp.parliament.uk/

1. Get your MP to support the Early Day Motion proposed by David Tredinnick MP (see below for the wording).

2. Send your MP our Briefing Notes and the Critique of the Commons Committee report and direct them to the response of the British Homeopathic Association.

3. Ask your MP to contact us for information about homeopathy and for advice on Parliamentary questions on the subject.

4. Organise a local meeting or debate - we are happy to provide a speaker.

5. Join our mailing list for updates on research and events connected with homeopathy and the H:MC21 campaign.

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Early Day Motion

EDM 908: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE REPORT ON HOMEOPATHY 23.02.2010

Tredinnick, David

That this House expresses concern at the conclusions of the Science and Technology Committee's Report, Evidence Check on Homeopathy; notes that the Committee took only oral evidence from a limited number of witnesses, including known critics of homeopathy Tracy Brown, the Managing Director of Sense About Science, and journalist Dr Ben Goldacre, who have no expertise in the subject; believes that evidence should have been heard from primary care trusts that commission homeopathy, doctors who use it in a primary care setting, and other relevant organisations, such as the Society of Homeopaths, to provide balance; observes that the Committee did not consider evidence from abroad from countries such as France and Germany, where provision of homeopathy is far more widespread than in the UK, or from India, where it is part of the health service; regrets that the Committee ignored the 74 randomised controlled trials comparing homeopathy with placebo, of which 63 showed homeopathic treatments were effective, and that the Committee recommends no further research; further notes that 206 hon. Members signed Early Day Motion No. 1240 in support of NHS homeopathic hospitals in Session 2006-07; and calls on the Government to maintain its policy of allowing decision-making on individual clinical interventions, including homeopathy, to remain in the hands of local NHS service providers and practitioners who are best placed to know their community's needs.

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