Homeopathy is a thorn in the side of Pharma because of the fact that its unique medicines are FDA regulated, safe, inexpensive, and can't be patented.
The following is an excerpt from Dr. Larry Malerba's book, Dynamic Medicine: The World According to Homeopathy, which offers an insightful examination of this unusual healing art and science…
Why is there a sudden push by the FDA to label homeopathic remedies as dangerous? Why is there a need to regulate substances that have been used for hundreds of years with out any issues? What does the FDA gave to gain?
It is becoming increasingly clear that the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine is failing to live up to its alleged preventative benefits
In an ongoing effort to undermine homeopathy, the FTC disregards hundreds of peer-reviewed studies and suggests that there is no scientific evidence for these safe, effective therapies.
Homeopathy is here to stay. Despite relentless criticism from skeptics and fundamentalists, homeopathy has withstood the test of time.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently announced a new guidance that could lead to the end of homeopathy in America in less than three months
While there is much information on the dangers of vaccines, there is precious little on how to be healed from them.
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According to a 2013 article in the Washington Post, the subjects of Jesus Christ and homeopathy are the most controversial subjects on Wikipedia in four leading languages
On the heels of a recent upswing in anti-homeopathy activity in Australia, Canada, and the UK, the FDA recently gave surprise notice of its intent to review the legal status of homeopathic products in the U.S. marketplace. The fact that this will be the first such FDA review in twenty-five years makes its timing more than a little suspicious.
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