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  • There are 5 homoeopathic hospitals in Great Britain run by the British National Health Service, and 2 private Homoeopathic hospitals.
  • The World Health Organisation (WHO) have called for closer incorporation of Homoeopathy into “western medical systems” (WHO Bulletin, 1999, 77, 2, 160-165
  • Homoeopathy is one of the world’s most frequently used complementary therapies (Rheumatic Diseases Clinics of North America, 2000, February, 26, 1, 117-123)
  • The users of Homoeopathy have a higher level of satisfaction with their treatment than those using orthodox medical treatment. (British Homoeopathic Journal, October 1989, 78, 219-229)
  • British consumers of homoeopathic products find that Homoeopathic over-thecounter (OTC) products are extremely effective in the majority of cases (Newsletter of The Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital NHS Trust, January 1997, 90-94)
  • The European Parliament has called for Homoeopathy to be integrated into medical practice. (Archives of Internal Medicine, 159, 17, September 27, 1999)
  • The French Medical Association has called for Homoeopathy to be included in all medical degree training. (Archives of Internal Medicine, 159, 17, September 27, 1999)
  • 42% of British doctors refer their patients for homoeopathic t reatment. In the UK, Homoeopathy is the only form of natural medicine supported by the National Health Service (Natural Medicine Society News, June 1992)
  • 66% of UK pharmacies sell homoeopathic medicines.(The Pharmaceutical Journal, October 16, 1999, 263, 644-646)
  • 45% of Netherlands doctors use Homoeopathy (Family Practice, 1990, September, 7, 3, 227-232)
  • 47% of Dutch doctors use Homoeopathy (Medical Journal of Australia, 2000, 172, 105-109)
  • 65 to 80% of the world’s population (about 3 billion people) rely on traditional (alternative) medicine as their primary form of health care. (WHO) HOMOEOPATHY WORLDWIDE – FACTS & FIGURES Australian Homoeopathic Association – Version 4th February 2008
  • 20% of Scottish doctors have been trained in the use of Homoeopathy (J AltAndCompl Med, 2001, 7, Suppl 1, S103-9)
  • Homoeopathy is the most frequently used natural medicine in Italy and the typical user as in other western countries is well educated, 35-44 and female (European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 2002, April, 58 (1), 61-4)
  • In Italy, 16,000 pharmacies stock homoeopathic medicines and the Homoeopathy market in Italy generates a turnover of 129 million Euros. (Financial Times, May 3, 2002)
  • Japanese doctors have set up the Japanese Physicians Society for Homoeopathy to train doctors in Homoeopathy (Simile, Oct 2002, 7-8)
  • In Switzerland, in the 10 years to 2002, interest in Homoeopathy has risen by 300% and Homoeopathy is rebatable by most health insurance providers (Swiss Radio International, May 2, 2002)
  • 39% of Belgium paediatricians are in favour of Homoeopathy (Homoeopathy,2002, 91, 262)