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Jun 7
The National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) wants to identify and understand the current and future needs of the homeopathic community. To help build this understanding, NCH is collecting information through a survey of NCH members, community supporters, and partners about how NCH can more deeply impact the homeopathic community. NCH would like to hear from homeopathic consumers, practitioners, and vendors to learn how we organization are meeting and can continue to meet the needs of the homeopathic community. The goal of the survey is to learn what works well and what can be improved about NCH...
Jun 6
Dear Friends,   It is with heavy hearts that we share the following news:   Joe Lillard, owner of Washington Homeopathic Products in Berkeley Springs, WV, and longtime board member for the National Center for Homeopathy, as well as Homeopaths Without Borders, passed away on Friday, May 27, 2016, around 5:30pm. He was home and in peace, surrounded by his family, on the beautiful farm that he loved, with its green, rolling hills, babbling stream nearby, and sheep grazing in the pasture.    Joe had taken a fall from his barn’s hayloft last July with a resulting...
May 5
The journal Medicines is currently planning a Special Issue on "Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Cancer Patients," with guest editors Prof. Dr. Sivarama Vinjamury and Dr. Elizabeth Sommers.   You are cordially invited to submit a paper, (i.e. an original research work or review article), to this Special Issue!   This issue will focus on the utilization, safety, and effectiveness of Complementary and Alternative Medicine on cancer patients. We invite articles that implement CAM therapies in treating patients with cancer. There are no...