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Concludes that no positive evidence was found for efficacy of homoeopathic treatment on pain and other inflammatory events after an acute soft tissue and bone injury inflicted by a surgical intervention. British Medical Journal (3rd June 1995)

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"In our opinion, the results do not provide acceptable evidence that homoeopathic treatments are effective." Rev. Epidemiology Sante Publique (1990)

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This re-analysis shows that the trial of Fisher et al [Effect of homoeopathic treatment on fibrositis (primary fibromyalgia), British Medical Journal 299, 365-366] provides no firm evidence for the efficacy of homoeopathic treatment of fibrositis. D. Colquhoun, Dept. of Pharmacology, University College London. The Lancet (1990) [pdf]

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Conclusion: The evidence from rigorous clinical trials of any type of therapeutic or preventive intervention testing homeopathy for childhood and adolescence ailments is not convincing enough for recommendations in any condition. Umut Altunc, MD; Max H. Pittler, MD, PhD; Edzard Ernst, MD, PhD, Mayo Clin Proc. 2007;82(1):69-75