From: A Warning on FDA Hearings in the U.S.
Thank you very much, Alan, for your article regarding the FDA hearing. Was aware and had written my senators and congressman but your cartoon said it much better than I did so I sent that along to my legislators, too.
From: Doing harm in homeopathy: seven good reasons why we should not experiment on animals –by Delny Britton
What this article is telling us is VERY important … experimenting on animals comes from a misunderstanding of what disease is and moves away from the reliance on human provings — which is the only reliable way to gather information. It is an ethical contradiction to think that we can somehow relieve our suffering by introducing the same suffering into animals.
Dr. Richard Pitcairn
From: A Commentary on the NHMRC Position on Homeopathy – Iman Navab
Thanks Iman. They NHMRC are an embarrassment to Australia.
From: Tidbits 26–Women’s Problems and Homeopathy, Part-2- Elaine Lewis
Superb writing by Elaine, as usual for her. And I must specially mention about her realization of SEPIA. I will read it again and again. Thanks a lot!
From: Treating the Children of Bukavu for Scabies and Ringworm –Michelle Pickering.
A good mission in favour of our founder. Thanks Michelle
Thank you for your dedication and good work Michelle. Your service is a credit to our profession.
Alan V. Schmukler
From: A Case of Ulcerative Colitis – Shamin Sherwani
It is very important to consider “etiology” in this dramatic case. It worked very well but such factors are not often considered. Congratulations and thanks for letting us know it.
From: Crossword April 2015 – Alan V. Schmukler
I loved doing that crossword!
From: Cartoon – Cracking down on what? – Alan V. Schmukler
Brilliant! Well-put! Yes, they have some freakin’ nerve don’t they?
From: Treating Alcoholism with Homeopathy – Judyth and Robert Ullman
Thank you Drs. Ullman for a wonderful example of how homeopathy, in the right hands, restores a life that would have been wasted.
From: Why all the anger? – Dr. Jack Wolfson
A wonderfully refreshing response that put things in perspective. Kudo’s Dr. Wolfson.
From: Adult Upper Respiratory Case – F. Joan Macdonald
Good solid professional work. Thank you Ms. Macdonald. It’s a pleasure to see a case worked out in a straightforward manner.
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