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    Homeo hospital in chronic disorder

    Poor administration and lack of proper planning have turned the Homeopathic Degree College and Hospital HDCH in the city into a dysfunctional institution. The 100-bed lone government homeopathic hospital at Mirpur has never seen more than 50 patients admitted due to the absence of proper treatment, nursing and regular duty of doctors. Hardly 20-25 patients are admitted a day, hospital sources said.

    http://babyurl.com/f3rNay

    Correction

    "I am not sure if anyone has addressed your article or pointed out your inaccurate description of homeopathic medicine," he went on. "What you described is naturopathic medicine, not homeopathic. Shark cartilage and red and clover blend tea are not homeopathic medicine remedies. It behooves you to provide accurate descriptions when addressing the aforementioned modalities as many people unfortunately do not understand the difference."

    http://babyurl.com/wYg87P

    Something in the Water

    As a student at the London College of Practical Homeopathy, Kathryn Orange saw something amazing. An Indian family, desperate after being turned away by doctors, brought their daughter to the college clinic. She was terminally ill with a nerve condition, and her father had to carry her up the stairs. A homeopathic remedy was prescribed and, a year on, the transformation was incredible.

    http://babyurl.com/IUgGlw

    Jan de Vries

    Naturopath and qualified pharmacist Jan de Vries, 67, grew up in wartime Holland and later set up his first complementary medicine clinic there. Now based in Scotland, he has become a world authority on the subject,written 40 books and runs 10 clinics, one of them in Belfast. The father of four grown-up daughters, Jan talks to Marie Foy

    http://babyurl.com/SAKTWO

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    Overall the original situation is much worse than it has mention in the news

    Originally posted by bsimon
    Homeo hospital in chronic disorder
    Poor administration and lack of proper planning have turned the Homeopathic Degree College and Hospital HDCH in the city into a dysfunctional institution. The 100-bed lone government homeopathic hospital at Mirpur has never seen more than 50 patients admitted due to the absence of proper treatment, nursing and regular duty of doctors. Hardly 20-25 patients are admitted a day, hospital sources said.
    Hi
    I am an internship doctor of this hospital. In this news there are many things that are true but there are some thing, which has been over looked. Such as there is no accommodation for the internship doctors, internship doctors donít get their basic right their monthly payment, there lack of professor, and the professors at present do not attend their duty regularly. There is no dormitory for the Nurses. Overall the original situation is much worse than it has mention in the news.
    We want the solution. For the development of Homeopathy in Bangladesh it is only way.

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