The Interface Between Homeopathy and Conventional Medicine

Dana Ullman

  • At what point should a clinician consider using only homeopathic medicines?
  • At what point should a clinician not consider homeopathic medicines and use only conventional therapeutics?
  • And at what point should a clinician consider using both homeopathic and conventional medicines?

These are all critical questions that will be increasingly asked as growing numbers of health professionals incorporate homeopathic medicines into their practice. The answers to these questions will not be hard and fast, for each sick person brings his or her own unique illness to the clinic, and each sick person has his or her own desires for how relief or cure should be obtained.

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