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New meta-analysis confirms that the clinical effects of homeopathic remedies do not differ from placebos

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New meta-analysis confirms that the clinical effects of homeopathic remedies do not differ from placebos
  This new systematic review by proponents of homeopathy (and supported by a grant from the Manchester Homeopathic Clinic) tested the null hypothesis that "the main outcome of treatment using a non-individualised (standardised) homeopathic medicine is indistinguishable from that of placebo". An additional aim was to quantify any condition-specific effects of non-individualised homeopathic treatment. In reporting this paper, I will stay very close to the published text hoping that this avoids both misunderstandings and accusations of bias on my side: Literature search strategy, data extraction and statistical analysis followed the methods described in a pre-published protocol. A trial comprised 'reliable...
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