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Sometimes It Really Is Special To Be Canadian: The 2012 HomeoNet Research Forum Highlights Part 1

 

The 4th HomeoNet Research Forum, held on November 2nd, 2012, at University of  Toronto, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, as part of the In-CAM Research Symposium, was an intimate setting that was unique to many of the Homeopathic conferences and seminars around. Most of the speakers were Canadian researchers, and with that comes a little extra pride and excitement. Canadian Homeopaths are showing us that it is possible to get out from behind the desk and contribute something to the community in the form of a study.

Violeta Nastase, CCHM Internship Clinic Supervisor, Homeopathic Practitioner and MD(Europe), explains:

“The 4th HomeoNet Research Forum gave me the opportunity to present my work: ‘Identifying Clinical Limitations in a Study of the Homeopathic Treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder’. An exciting project, considering it is the 1st one done in Canada. It was an open label clinical trial of ADHD using individualized homeopathic treatment prescribed by classical homeopaths. The results of the pilot study, in which we worked with 36 children between 6 and 16 years of age, gave us the means for future studies more complex.”

Stay tuned for the study results as they will be released after the research has been finalized. For more info please visit ClinicalTrials.Gov

 

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