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Does homeopathy work?
Homeopathy is one of the most controversial & contested treatment modalities in the entire sphere of natural medicine. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, you can get a very brief introduction here. The naysayers will use the very logical argument that any homeopathic formulation above 12C will very likely contain no molecules of the original substance since this level of dilution takes us beyond avogadro's constant (the number of atoms or molecules contained in 1 mole of a substance, 6.022 x 10^23). Believers, however, may use other arguments, such as the the memory of water argument. The bottom line is that if homeopathy does work, there is no consensus on how it works. Yet, just because we don't know how something works doesn't mean we can't use it. There are, after all, many pharmaceutical drugs whose method of action is not well understood, but that we can still use because it offers the desired effect. In truth, we don't fully understand how gravity works, yet we manage to stay firmly planted on the ground.

But, my question for you is....what do you think of homeopathy? Do you think it works or do you think it's a bunch of hogwash? Perhaps you've had some experience with it yourself, or you've read a bunch of research on it. Either way, tell us what you think....
It is irrefutable that human beings fall prey to different types of diseases in their lifetime. There is hardly any person, who has not fallen victim to any disease. Some are mild while others are so chronic that they demand instant treatment. Cancer is also mentioned among those diseases that required urgent cure as soon as they are diagnosed. Every cancer patient is in a dilemma while choosing a proper mode of treatment. The doctors at hospitals suggest such alternatives that one even feels sacred while thinking about them. These days, Homeopathy medicines are best serving in this aspect. Patients, who suffer from cancer, can rely upon homeopathy treatment if they want a safe and easy escape.

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