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    Australia Silences Criticism Of Vaccines, Benefits of Homeopathy
    When the facts surrounding the safety and effectiveness of
    vaccines begin to be brought into the light, the only option
    left for those who manufacture, promote, and/or force vaccines
    onto the general population is to silence the presentation of
    those facts. Indeed, it is also imperative that those same
    forces prevent any alternatives to vaccination and financially
    incentivized medical dogma from becoming known amongst the
    general public.
    Federal court finds homeopathic 'vaccines' for whooping cough misleading
    Homeopaths who claim their treatments can replace vaccinations
    have been put on notice after the federal court found a company
    selling homeopathic "vaccines" was engaging in misleading and
    deceptive conduct.
    Equal opportunity: Homeopaths demand recognition by government
    When vacancies for doctors are announced in India, they are
    distributed among homeopathic and allopathic doctors. Pakistan's
    government should improve standards of homeopathic education and
    induct homeopathic doctors in the public sector, Dr Hafizullah,
    former member of the National Council for Homeopathy NCH, said
    on Friday.
    Conversation about homeopathy revived
    The dismissal this past week of Quebec's so-called 'Queen of
    Homeopathy' from Quebec's Order of Pharmacists is reviving the
    conversation about the practice of homeopathy. Michele Boisvert,
    a licenced pharmacist for nearly a half a century, was found to
    have broken the rules of the Order this past week by endorsing
    products produced by her company, Homeocan.
    German homeopathy remedies to be made in India soon
    know-how behind German homeopathic remedies for ten ailments
    will be shared with Indian experts to facilitate their
    production locally with indigenous resources,
    "Fatally flawed" review puts Aus research council's methods in doubt
    The methods of Australia's National Health and Medical Research
    Council have been panned after expert opinion branded its review
    of evidence on the effectiveness of homeopathy as"shoddy" and
    "fatally flawed" prior to its publication.