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Réponse de Homeopathy Research Institute au rapport australien NHMRC concernant l’homéopathie

16 avril 2014


Réponse de Homeopathy Research Institute au rapport australien NHMRC concernant l’homéopathie qui conclut à l'inefficacité de lhoméopathie.

Vous trouverez la réponse de Homeopathy Research Institute au rapport australien NHMRC concernant l’homéopathie.

Vous pourrez lire, dans ce rapport australien, entre autre ce qui suit:

 

Homeopathy is not more effective than placebo for the treatment of these health conditions: 

  • adenoid vegetation in children (abnormal growth of adenoid tonsils behind the nose)
  • asthma 
  • anxiety or stress-related conditions 
  •  diarrhoea in children – combined homeopathy tablet (clinical homeopathy) 
  •  headache and migraine 
  •  muscle soreness (delayed onset) 
  •  labour (inducing or shortening labour) 
  •  pain due to dental work 
  •  pain due to orthopaedic surgery 
  •  postoperative ileus (abnormally slow movement of bowel after surgery) 
  •  premenstrual syndrome 
  •  upper respiratory tract infections (e.g. colds) 
  •  warts 

 

There is no reliable evidence that homeopathy is more effective than placebo for the treatment of these health conditions: 

  •  allergic rhinitis 
  •  attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children 
  •  bruising
  • chronic fatigue syndrome 
  • diarrhoea in children – individualised homeopathy
  •  fibromyalgia
  • hot flushes in women who have had breast cancer 
  • human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection
  • influenza-like illness 
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • sinusitis
  • sleep disturbances or circadian rhythm disturbances 
  • stomatitis (inflammation of the mouth) due to chemotherapy
  • ulcers. 

 

There is no reliable evidence that homeopathy is as effective as the other therapies for the treatment of these health conditions: 

  • acute otitis media or otitis media with effusion (inflammation of the middle ear) in children (compared with antibiotics, mucolytic medicines, secretolytic medicines, antipyretic medicines, nasal sprays, or monitoring the condition but not providing treatment [‘watchful waiting’]) 
  •  allergic rhinitis (compared with antihistamines, cortisone or intranasal cromolyn sodium) 
  •  anxiety or stress-related conditions (compared with lorazepam, diazepam or cognitive behavioural therapy) 
  •  depression (compared with fluoxetine or diazepam) 
  •  eczema (compared with corticosteroids, antihistamines, or other unspecified therapies) 
  •  non-allergic rhinitis (compared with aspirin, xylometazoline or other therapies) 
  •  osteoarthritis (compared with paracetamol or various nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) 
  •  upper respiratory tract infection (compared with anti-inflammatory drugs, antibiotics or other therapies). 

 

There is no reliable evidence on which to draw a conclusion about the effectiveness of homeopathy, compared with placebo, for the treatment of these health conditions: 

  • acne vulgaris 
  • acute otitis media (inflammation of the middle ear) in children 
  • acute ankle sprain 
  • acute trauma
  • amoebiasis and giardiasis (gastrointestinal conditions caused by parasites)
  • ankylosing spondylitis
  • boils and pyoderma (types of skin infections)
  • Broca’s aphasia in people who have had a stroke
  • bronchitis 
  • cholera
  • cough
  • chronic polyarthritis
  • dystocia (difficult labour)
  • eczema
  • heroin addiction
  • knee joint haematoma (bruising)
  • lower back pain
  • nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy
  • oral lichen planus
  • osteoarthritis
  • proctocolitis
  • postoperative pain-agitation syndrome 
  • radiodermatitis (skin damage caused by radiotherapy) in women with breast cancer 
  • seborrhoeic dermatitis
  • suppression of lactation after childbirth in women who elect not to breastfeed
  • stroke
  • traumatic brain injury (mild)
  • uraemic pruritis
  • vein problems due to cannulas in people receiving chemotherapy.

 

There is no reliable evidence on which to draw a conclusion about the effectiveness of homeopathy compared with other therapies for the treatment of these health conditions: 

  • burns (second- and third-degree) 
  • fibromyalgia 
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • malaria
  • proctocolitis (inflammation of the rectum and colon)
  • recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (yeast infection of the vagina and/or vulva, also called ‘thrush’)
  • rheumatoid arthritis

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Les conclusions du rapport NMHRC confirme ce que nous savons déjà:

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