Evidence Based Complementary Medicine aims to compile homeopathy research by condition as currently when inconvenient research emerges, manipulative tactics which manufacture doubt and create uncertainty are implemented to influence, stifle and silence independent science to better serve corporate interests(1) corrupting the premise and practice of evidence based medicine.(2)

By no means a definitive research in homeopathy resource, Evidence Based Complementary Medicine is compiled by Sarah Penrose a published and experienced Australasian registered homeopath who also currently oversees the Australian Homeopathic Association’s Research Portfolio. Sarah began to study homeopathic medicine at age 22 in New Zealand in 2005 and has been awarded three qualifications in homeopathy: IACH DIHom(2022); BSc(hons)Hom.(UK,2021); Dip.Hom.(NZ,2010). Sarah can be contacted via goodhealthforgreatlife.com


1 Reed et al., 2021. The disinformation playbook: how industry manipulates the science-policy process-and how to restore scientific integrity. Journal of Public Health Policy. Dec;42(4):622-634. Available from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8651604/

2 Jureidini & McHenry, 2022. The illusion of evidence based medicine. British Medical Journal (Clinical research edition). Mar 16;376:o702. Available from https://www.bmj.com/content/376/bmj.o702.long

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