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Homeopathy in the UK

Last modified on September 7th, 2017

It seems clear that the progress that has been made to preserve services is as a direct result of grassroots pressure. The NHS is after all a business and what the consumer wants will be provided. H:MC21 is actively building a grassroots campaign – no matter where you are, check out their website and see how you can get involved. www.homeopathyworkedforme.com)

This is no time for keeping our heads down. It’s a time for Big Ideas and Bold Action (BIBAs). News about a BIBA coming soon!

For in depth reporting on these issues and more, please see the articles by the same author published in Similia:

Magnus Pharma and the Golden Goose, Similia Vol 19 number 1 June 2007

Science Catches up with Homeopathy, Similia Vol 19 number 1 June 2007

Homeopathy and Humbug, Similia Vol 19 number 2 Dec 2007

Homeopathy – the ultimate delusion, To be published in Similia June 2008

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Carol Boyce BSc, MCH, CCH, RSHom(NA):

homeopath, teacher, writer, activist, filmmaker.

Carol was writing up her PhD thesis at London University when she found the Life of Hahnemann on a library shelf and the rest, as they say, is history. She graduated from the College of Homeopathy, London, England in ’85; has taught homeopathy since then both in the UK and the US; is on faculty at several US schools; has developed the 30-hour Distance Learning video program in Philosophy for the American University of Complementary Medicine’s PhD Homeopathy program.

In the early 90’s Carol took homeopathy to Iraq after the first Gulf War; co-founded the non-profit Homeopathy For a Change, fore-runner of Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB) UK; set up teaching / clinic projects from Calcutta to Cairo; taught in medical schools in Cuba and was executive director of HWB US in 2002.

Since 2004 she has also been Director of Education for The Homeopathic Symposium, a website offering interactive online clinical training and a video archive of cured cases.

About the author

Carol Boyce

Carol Boyce

Carol Boyce, RSHom(NA), homeopath, teacher, writer, activist and more recently film maker, graduated from the College of Homeopathy London, UK in 1985 and is now based in St Petersburg, Florida. As a founder/director of the forerunner of Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB)UK, she set up clinics from Calcutta to Cairo, conducted homeopathic aid work in Iraq after the first Gulf War, taught in medical schools in Cuba and was executive director of HWB US in 2002. In 2011 she produced the 50 min film Making a Difference – Homeopathy Around the World and is currently working on two research projects and the accompanying documentary films. In 2011 she co-founded Vitality TV, an online health channel, where to date she has produced over 200 videos, 100 of which are part of The Vitality Programme. Her homeopathic philosophy video course worth 70 CCH hours is at Homeoversity.

3 Comments

  • Was great to read Carols article, I am an internist practicing CAM in costa rica and have treated 30000 patients with amazing results, just yesterday i saw patients with chronic depression, fatty liver, fibromyalgia that all have improved 99% with CAM and homeopathy, It is so sad that the pharmaceutical companies have such a hold on physicians and have doctors ever asked themselves how absurd it is to have a pharm rep. visit you with his personalized studies of a drug he is selling you. It boggles the mind that doctors dont put the pieces together. Carol would love to chat with you sometime, Gracias

    • i am an intern doctor in dhaka medical college,bangladesh.have a great fascination for homeopathy,though i am a MBBS doctor.coz i got so mch benefit from hmpathy and still i am taking homeo medicine for haemorrhoids.but ,here 99% doctor not only dislike it but also neglect it.there is no friendly,experienced known person in my country from whom i wl get valuable information about admission,list of best medical college.would u pls help me abt these……….thank u

  • Is it not possible to publish/republish studies that were made before this (flawed) meta analysis?
    The sheer volume should help to counter what appears to be , according to this article, a campaign by various professionals with a vested interest against alternatives to allopathy.
    I am a layman who decided to become vegetarian at age 17 (60 years ago). At that time I understood that some doctors, often vegetarian themselves, used homeopathy. Although I have needed little medical intervention, because the NHS was the only service available to me for financial reasons, I only once used homeopathy (unsuccessfully).
    However, it is clear that allopaths have usually been antagonistic in principle to homeopathic remedies. My only patient experience was the New Era mineral supplements, which were made to homeopathic dilutions. As a health store I sold thousands of these to patients who appeared to be very satisfied. I realise that professionals might regard such products as not being true homeopathy which treats each individual uniquely.

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