Info From The Evidence File
Friday, April 8th 2011
Emergency Epidemic Intervention Using Homoeopathic Products
The size of the study included the population of Cuba of 11.1 million people, being 2.3 million people in the cohort area (intervention area) versus 8.8 million people in the rest of Cuba (non intervention area). It was managed by the National & Provincial Public Health Authorities and administered by 5000 public health personnel including family doctors, nurses, social workers and paramedics.
After homoeopathic intervention during a Leptospirosis epidemic in 2007, the average yearly incidence of the disease in the cohort area (intervention region) of 2.3 million people, decreased from an average yearly incidence of 16.7 per 100,000 to 2.7 per 100,000.
In 2008 in the cohort area there was no observed increase in the incidence of the disease in correlation with periods of high rainfall as had occurred in the past, however the rest of Cuba (non intervention region) the historical increase was observed.
Check out this large scale epidemiological cohort study at www.sciencedirect.com
You can view the full abstract by going to the website and typing in Emergency Epidemic Intervention Using Homoeopathic Products; however the full text needs to be purchased.
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