In November 2011 the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy announced the IACH Award for the best scientific article on homeopathy. Some weeks ago news came out: the IACH Award 2011 is won by Irene Camerlink, Liesbeth Elliginger et al. from the Netherlands. They won the prize of 2,000 euros with their publication on a study in the prevention of piglet diarrhoea with a homeopathic treatment, Coli 30K.
You only have to look briefly at their article (““Homeopathy as replacement to antibiotics in the case of Escherichia coli diarrhoea in neonatal piglets“) to find serious flaws in design and statistics. Is this really the best study homeopaths could come up with from recent published articles on homeopathy?
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