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Experimental Studies on the Anti-Inflammatory Activity of a Homeopathic Preparation

PainSci » bibliography » Conforti et al 1997
Tags: homeopathy, controversy, inflammation, debunkery, pain problems

One article on PainSci cites Conforti 1997: Does Arnica Gel Work for Pain?

PainSci notes on Conforti 1997:

This is one of ten studies cited on to substantiate that Traumeel has therapeutic effects. See Does Arnica Gel Work for Pain? for a full discussion of these references as a set.

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