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Homeopathy during Epidemics

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Here are more fun anecdotes and statistics that describe the use of homeopathy for epidemics.
1. An 1813 epidemic of typhus fever (spread by lice) followed Napoleon’s army marching through Germany to attack Russia. When the epidemic came through Leipzig as the army retreated from the east, Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, treated 180 cases of typhus, only losing two (1.11% of the cases). This was at a time when conventional treatments were having a mortality rate of over 30%.
2. Within three years of the diphtheria outbreak in Broome County, New York, from 1862 to 1864, there was a report of an 83.6% mortality rate amongst the conventional medical doctors and a 16.4% mortality rate among the homeopaths.
3. The May 1921 edition of the Journal of the American Institute for Homeopathy had an article about the use of homeopathy during the 1918 flu epidemic. Dr. T. A. McCann, from Dayton, Ohio, reported that 24,000 cases of flu treated with conventional medicine had a mortality rate of 28.2% while 26,000 cases of flu treated homeopathically had a mortality rate of 1.05%.
Just watch the contemporary film, ‘Contagion’ and see!

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