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Posted on Jul 14, 2014 in Latest News

Homeopathy Cancer Support Project

Homeopathy Cancer Support Project

Valuable insights into the pre- and post-cancer care potential of adopting a homeopathic approach to cancer patients

The HAT Cancer Support Project was a community-based study in Hampshire. Its aims were:
1) to test the effectiveness of specifically designed ultra-high dilution combinations used alongside conventional radiotherapy and chemotherapy cancer treatments and,
2) to assess a programme of individualised homeopathy as a ‘holistic health boost’ following conventional treatment.

Both aims of the study, undertaken by Clinical Homeopath and Chartered Psychologist, Jennifer Poole were successful. Simon Wilkinson-Blake, HAT’s Executive Director, adds: “We are very pleased with the study, which supports previous research for the clinical effectiveness of ultra-dilutions with conventional cancer treatment, and establishes the individualised approach as effective in boosting the emotional and physical wellbeing of participants in post-cancer care. Individualised homeopathy also appeared effective where additional illness was present and regardless of diagnosed cancer stage.”

The study final Report is free to download  from this page http://www.homeopathyactiontrust.org/homeopathy-cancer-support-project/

The Trustees of the Homeopathy Action Trust wish to express their gratitude to Jennifer Poole for the study and report.