Homeopathy associated with dramatic reduction in Leptospirosis infection in Cuban population

3 August 2010

A report on a study, published today in Homeopathy, based on surveillance data from the 11-million population of Cuba, shows that homeopathy may have contributed to a dramatic reduction in Leptospirosis in the Cuban people. A homeopathic medicine was given to the 2.3 million population of the provinces usually worst affected by the disease; within a few weeks the number of cases had fallen from 38 to 4 cases per 100,000 per week, significantly fewer than the number that was forecast for those weeks of the year.

For more information on this study please read the Faculty of Homeopathy press release published today.