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Homeopathic complexes act directly on tumor cells

Homeopathic complexes act directly on tumor cells

Homeopathic complexes act directly on tumor cells During these years, participating at National and International Conferences, I discover a strange thing. Homeopathy is similar with religion, that is many people hate it or love it, and our results, what we could see, took photos, registered with several types of equipment, different technologies, displeased many, allopathsRead more about Homeopathic complexes act directly on tumor cells[…]

EPIDEMY AND HOMEOPATHY

EPIDEMY AND HOMEOPATHY

The issue of epidemics has been present since the beginning of human history and there are numerous reports of epidemics during antiquity and the Middle Ages. The assessment of homeopathic remedies during the 1918-19 influenza pandemic was positive. According to reports published in the May 1921 Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy, it reportedRead more about EPIDEMY AND HOMEOPATHY[…]

Pain, macrophages, and homeopathy

Pain, macrophages, and homeopathy

Cytokines are made by many cell populations, but the predominant producers are helper T cells (Th) and macrophages. Cytokines may be produced in and by peripheral nerve tissue during physiological and pathological processes by resident and recruited macrophages, mast cells, endothelial cells, and Schwann cells. Proinflammatory cytokines are produced predominantly by activated macrophages and areRead more about Pain, macrophages, and homeopathy[…]

Dra. Leoni Bonamin

Dra. Leoni Bonamin

Leoni Villano BonaminVeterinary Medicine, University of São Paulo, Master’s and Doctorate in Experimental and Comparative Pathology, University of São Paulo, with a sandwich period in École Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon, France. Post-Doctorate in Environmental and Experimental Pathology by UNIP. Full Professor of the Paulista University in undergraduate courses in Veterinary Medicine, Master’s and PhD inRead more about Dra. Leoni Bonamin[…]

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