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July-September 2015 | Vol 9 | Issue 3


Dengue epidemic: What can we offer?

Most parts of India are in the grip of dengue epidemic. Dengue epidemics have increased in extension and virulence, possibly indicating viral mutation and evolution. [1] Dengue is a vector-borne disea...

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Review Article

A review of Basic Research on Homoeopathy from a physicist's point of view

Homoeopathic medicine has been one of the world's most widely practiced alternative therapies. However, that the potency of a homoeopathic medicine increases with dilution followed by succussion (toge...

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Original Article

Homoeopathic preparation of Berberis vulgaris as an inhibitor of Calcium oxalate crystallization: An in vitro evidence

Background: Berberis vulgaris is the most widely used drug in Homoeopathy for treating urolithiasis. However, its mechanism of action in alleviating its consequences remains uncer...

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Original Article

A comparative study of homoeopathic medicine - Sulphur with the Multidrug therapy in the treatment of paucibacillary leprosy

Background: Substantial number of patients with paucibacillary leprosy may still have active skin lesions at the end of MD treatment because of the continuing immune responses, though this does...

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Original Article

A multicentric observational study to evaluate the role of homoeopathic therapy in vitiligo

Background: Vitiligo has an immense psychological impact on the affected individual and a reason for low self-esteem. Considering the disappointing outcomes, A multicentric open clinical study ...

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