Homeopathy: Basic research event

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Organon-2010 event: "Highly diluted but effective - basic research on potencies and their use in practice".

(13.09.2010) On October 1st, a DZVhÄ series of events for the 200th anniversary of the basic work of homeopathy will take place. Homeopathy is scientifically controversial mainly because of its potentiation, although it is not a basic principle of homeopathy, but a purely pragmatic method. The fact that this concept works can not only be proven by a whole series of successful double-blind studies; There is also good evidence from practice for a specific effect of the agents used, which clearly differs from a pure placebo effect. The internist Dr. describes when which potencies are used in practice. Silke Meisel. Dr. why researches homeopathic medicines Stephan Baumgartner at the University of Bern.

For the 200th anniversary of the basic work of homeopathy, the German Central Association of Homeopathic Doctors (DZVhÄ) is organizing a series of events at various locations in Germany. The events are aimed at doctors, politicians, journalists and interested lay people and deal with the most important basics of homeopathy.

The DZVhÄ and the DZVhÄ-Landesverband Sachsen jointly invite you to this fourth Organon 2010 event in Leipzig. Welcome: Monika Kölsch, board member of the DZVhÄ.

Lectures and discussion: Dr. Stephan Baumgartner (University of Bern, KIKOM) and Dr. Silke Meisel (Dresden)
October 1, 2010, 6:30 p.m. Alte Nikolaischule, Nikolaikirchhof 2, 04149 Leipzig (pm)

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