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  • Re: Research on Homeopathy

    This is a "VOW" site for research on homeopathy, homeopathy trials -
    AND it is done in cooperation with Texas University.

    Here is an excerpt:

    The Banerji Protocol ~ A New Horizon in Medicine
    #by Prasanta & Pratip Banerji of The PBH Research Foundation, India.

    [..]

    Ours is a new method of treatment. Specific medicines are prescribed
    for specific diseases. Diseases are diagnosed using modern/state of
    the art methods. This is done because modern diagnostic approaches
    incorporate and help in the selection of medicines so that specific
    medicines can be easily prescribed for specific diseases.

    [..]

    With the passage of time and the availability of new diagnostic tools
    like Ultrasonography, MRIs, cancer markers and other advanced tests,
    we have been able to further streamline the treatment protocols
    accurately. The efficiency of this streamlining is reflected by the
    encouraging results of our new method of treatment. We often combine
    two potentized medicines and use the combination in our practice. This
    combination of two potentized medicines, are made in a meaningful way
    based on years of clinical observations by us. They are combined for
    special advantages in treatment, so that the aggravation due to the
    medicines can be checked, side effects of the medicines abated, quick
    and uneventful recovery can be ensured in a much shorter time.
    Attempts to find out specific homeopathic medicine for a particular
    disease by many researchers in recent times also showed promising
    results such as the recent experiment on upper respiratory tract
    infections by Steinsbekk et al in 2004, clearly demonstrated that
    specific medicines were highly correlated with the homeopathically
    selected medicine. Similarly it was proved that homeopathic medicine
    Fluoric acid is a most effective preparation for radiation-induced
    itching in breast cancer patients.

    The National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA, was very interested in
    our research into various types of cancers and had asked us to produce
    records of our successes. This we had done by submitting a "Best Case
    Series" on Cancer to the National Center for Complementary and
    Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI)
    at the NIH. On acceptance of our series, we were invited to present
    the same before the Cancer Advisory Panel for Complementary and
    Alternative Medicines in July 1999. As a result of our presentation,
    the NCI, USA, is at present devising a "Practice Outcomes Monitoring
    and Evaluation Systems Study for Bronchogenic Carcinoma" at our clinic
    in Kolkata, India, with a view to arrive at a protocol for treatment
    of these cases at institutions in the US. Therefore, scientific
    progress demands that we continuously carry on more and more
    experiments and keep observational records.

    [..]

    Along with the Professor of Cell Biology and Genetics, at the
    University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, one paper has
    been published entitled "Ruta 6 selectively induces cell death in
    brain cancer cells but proliferation in normal peripheral blood
    lymphocytes: A novel treatment for human brain cancer" in the
    International Journal of Oncology in October 2003 where our method of
    treatment with Ruta and Calcarea Phosphorica was followed with
    excellent results.

    [..]

    There are case histories with the findings of "before and after",
    including xrays, cancer markers etc.

    This should be a MUST reading for all homeopaths!

    Regards

    Luise





    > http://www.virtualtrials.com/ruta/ruta2007.cfm
    > This is Banerji protocol for brain tumors.
    >
    > --- medmidas <medmidas (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:
    >
    >> Hi,
    >> I remember seeing posts, Ruta 6 works for brain
    >> tumors, I don't remember
    >> resources.
    >> If you google for "brain tumor ruta 6 homeopathy"
    >> you might get plenty links.
    >> Honestly I have no answers for any further queries
    >> on ruta 6.
    >> ==================================

    >
    >
    >
    >

  • #2
    Re: Research on homeopathy

    Thank you for sharing that, Louise.

    This is a breakthrough - their work has been published
    in the International Journal of Oncology.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/en..._uids=12963976

    The full text is available through their site.

    Regards

    Hafeez


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