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Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century


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

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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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Registered address: Poppyseed Cottage,
High Street, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk PE33 9SF

All original material on this website is copyright of Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century, but may be freely used, if credited, in support of homeopathy

Recent Research

  • A comparison of Bach flower remedies and homeopathy

    • Robert A. Halberstein PhD, Alicia Sirkin RDH, BFRP and Maria M. Ojeda-Vaz MPH, MSN, ‘When Less Is Better: A Comparison of Bach® Flower Remedies and Homeopathy’. Annals of Epidemiology, 20 (2010), 298-307, available at
      • The effects of Gelsemium on anxiety-related responses in mice

        • P. Magnani, A. Conforti, E. Zanolin, M. Marzotto, P. Bellavite, ‘Dose-effect study of Gelsemium sempervirens in high dilutions on anxiety-related responses in mice’, Psychopharmacology (Berl), 210 (2010), 533-545, available at and at the Avilian website.
          • Treatment for migraine

            • C. M. Witt, R. Lüdtke, S. N. Willich, ‘Homeopathic treatment of patients with migraine: a prospective observational study with a 2-year follow-up period’, J Altern Complement Med, 16 (2010), 347-55, available at and at the Avilian website.
              • The effects of Canova on mice infected with Trypanosoma cruzi

                • A. R. Pupulin, S. Marques-Araujo, M. J. Toledo, M. L. Gomes, E. Takejima, R. K. Cuman, C. A. Bersani-Amado, ‘Canova medication modifies parasitological parameters in mice infected with Trypanosoma cruzi’, Exp Parasitol, (2010) April 27, available at and at the Avilian website.

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