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28-10-2013 19:19 #61
28-10-2013 19:19 #62
Maybe that particular one "remembered" poo
28-10-2013 19:26 #63
28-10-2013 19:49 #64
It's a syndrome that is difficult to diagnose as there is no definitive test. The symptoms (widespread pain. strong pain in certain trigger areas, fatigue etc) can come and go. That study didn't seem to address that.
Also this is worth a quick look- the study you posted is listed in the references.
For the non clickers:
Homoeopathy is often advocated for fibromyalgia (FM) and many FM patients use it. To critically evaluate all randomised clinical trials (RCTs) of homoeopathy as a treatment for FM, six electronic databases were searched to identify all relevant studies. Data extraction and the assessment of the methodological quality of all included studies were done by two independent reviewers. Four RCTs were found, including two feasibility studies. Three studies were placebo-controlled. None of the trials was without serious flaws. Invariably, their results suggested that homoeopathy was better than the control interventions in alleviating the symptoms of FM. Independent replications are missing. Even though all RCTs suggested results that favour homoeopathy, important caveats exist. Therefore, the effectiveness of homoeopathy as a symptomatic treatment for FM remains unproven.
28-10-2013 20:00 #65Senior Member
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i am also a believer of like healing like. My understanding is this is how vaccinations came about -- cowpox-smallpox -- and I try to not rule anything out.
28-10-2013 21:07 #66
28-10-2013 21:13 #67
I am a scientist so yes.
I am a chemist which is proof based science where physics is theory based science.
If its been hypothesised, tested, peer reviewed and generally accepted by the scientific community then yes.
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28-10-2013 21:51 #68Senior Member
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28-10-2013 23:02 #69
I dunno my friends a scientist... And can't get a job. Not very scientific
29-10-2013 06:53 #70
Re homeopathy... I'm not a scientist, but I do believe I know enough about the world to draw my own conclusions about certain simple things. If scientific research did not back up my own "common sense" then I would accept that. But it just so happens that scientific research *does* back up what I also just figure must be true... That water shaken in a certain way cannot be therapeutic. It's water. It's WATER!
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