Homeopathy: Mere Placebo or Great Medicine? This question has been harshly argued for more than 200 years. And for more than 200 years, the two positions in this conflict have remained in a complete deadlock. It is astonishing to note that arguments on either side have essentially not changed much over this long period of time. On one side, skeptics are claiming from a purely theoretical point of the view, “homeopathy is implausible. Therefore it can’t work,” and any evidence in its favor must logically be flawed. On the other hand, we have generations after generations of homeopaths claiming from a purely factual point of view and with loads of evidence, “And yet, it works!” Dr. André Saine, Dean of the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy.
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Dr. André Saine (D.C., N.D., F.C.A.H.) has been Dean of the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy since 1986. He has taught homeopathy to health care professionals in North America and Europe for over 25 years and is considered one of the world's foremost experts on the subject of homeopathy. He has specialized in the treatment of patients suffering from very serious chronic diseases, including cancer. Dr. Saine is author of : Lessons in Pure Homeopathy From the Writings of Adolph Lippe, M.D. Hahnemann's Best Student and Medicine's Most Successful Practitioner http://www.homeopathy.ca/andresaine.shtml