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NHMRC questions legitimacy of homeopathy

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The effectiveness of homeopathy has been brought into question in the wake of statistics released by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) yesterday. 

The NHMRC revealed there was not enough evidence to support Australians choosing alternative medicine over medical presecription.

Mariam Koslay investigated.

 

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