Homoeopathy Under Threat
Federal initiatives driven by Agenda 21 and Codex Alimentarius have Homoeopathy in their sights.
Friends, use it or lose it time is upon us.
Health care choice is under threat in Australia and Homeopathy is no exception.
The Australian Health Ethics Committee (a subset of the National Health and Medical Research Council) has issued a Public Statement that claims: "it is unethical for health practitioners to treat patients using homoeopathy for the reason that homeopathy has not been shown to work."
This Public Statement could only have been drafted by those who refuse to examine evidence (such as the data presented on this website) and those who do not respect the choices of others to use traditional or culturally appropriate medicine.
Australia's leading medical research organisation NHMRC has now compiled a two page document to have homeopathy declared "unethical". www.extraordinarymedicine.org.
They would seem to have refused to study official data from nations which use homeopathy as a cornerstone of primary health care.
They have not consulted with the Homoeopathic profession in Australia.
They say the aim of the statement is to recommend that Health Funds cancel rebates for members who are entitled to claim for Homoeopathy.
It won't stop there because Agenda 21 and Codex Alimentarius policies target all natural therapies, traditional medicines, organic, local, homegrown and wildharvested food.
If you have had positive results from Homeopathic medicine, I urge you to contact the NHMRC through their website and lodge and official complaint to which the NHMRC must respond.
Or write to Professor Warwick Anderson and Dr Sandra Hacker
National Health and Medical Research Council
GPO Box 1421
Canberra ACT 2601
Letters are the most effective way to voice your opinion.
Whether you write to them or use the document form on their website - keep a record of your complaint.
You can do this by creating your own document file, then control C (copy) then Control V (paste) onto the NHMRC complaint form.
If you think it is unethical for the government to start the process of removing choice from your health care - then
The Health Minister Nicola Roxon should also be contacted
P.O. Box 6022 House of Representatives
Canberra ACT 2600
1 Thomas Holmes Street
Maribyrnong, VIC 3032