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Homeopathy for Measles (aude sapere Book 3) by [Sorrell BA (Hons) DSH, Ann]
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Ann Sorrell BA (Hons), DSH is a qualified classical homeopath and writer who has had over twenty-five years' experience practicing homeopathy around the world.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 839 KB
  • Print Length: 84 pages
  • Publisher: Ann Sorrell; 2 edition (20 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EXNQZNQ
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Read a sample and that was sufficient. In the opening paragraphs, the author says "it would be unethical to make any claims as to the effectiveness of homeopathy" and then tries to backpedal and make claims that it promotes natural healing.
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There is presently an outbreak of measles in South Wales. The only preventative is vaccination and this outbreak was caused by a drop in vaccination. Treatment of the infection depends on the symptoms presented. There is no evidence, despite what the author says, that water drops or lactose tablets have any effect whatsoever. If any parent is persuaded by this book to not vaccinate their children then sooner or later children will die, just to make some money for this deluded author.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book for today's culture 8 Mar. 2013
By Binky Boy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Thanks to this book I put aside years of grueling study of physics, chemistry and biology. Now I no longer have to think when I treat my children for life-threatening diseases and illnesses. I just grab a little bit of some random weed, soak it in alcohol for a day, then make up a massive batch of the best treatment that willful ignorance can make. I even use Hahnemann's original technique of hitting the mixin' container on a leather bound bible for the extra holy vibrations that will make my 30C water the strongest water around. It don't remember the poop or nuthin'!
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Dangerous, ignorant, rubbish 8 Mar. 2013
By Lifelong Book Lover - Published on Amazon.com
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I just love it when people with an inadequate understanding of science write books that urge people to engage in one of the most dangerous and self-destructive behaviors possible. I hope the day comes when anti-vaccine parents are charged with manslaughter when their kids die from not being vaccinated. How many DEAD KIDS do we need until those in the religion of anti-vaccine get it.

In the 1940s, there were about 9,000 child deaths a YEAR from pertussis. Now we have a vaccine... but parents have started refusing. That worries me. A lot. Their children have NO voice in this.

At present, the American population is roughly DOUBLE what it was in the 1940s. And we now have 10-20 deaths a year from pertussis. If the anti-vaccine half wits get their way, we'll lose our herd immunity and that can be VERY bad.

This is a dangerous book by a person who does not believe in REAL science and is hurting people. I wish I could give it half a star.
14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Such a dangerous disease 8 Mar. 2013
By Lacuna - Published on Amazon.com
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There is much to commend in this book. It is short at 86 pages, bang up-to-date, and downloadable, as befits the modern writer.

I would have awarded it 5 stars except for its insistence that the patient not be immunised against measles to begin with. In my experience, homeopathic remedies are most effective when the subject is free of illness. Given the highly contagious nature of measles, vaccination is essential, particularly when you consider the life-threatening dangers that the disease presents when left untreated.

That quibble apart, I must confess a sneaking admiration for an honours arts graduate with such a profound knowledge of epidemiology. I'm put in mind of others such as Lord Monckton who are so authoritative on subjects outside their field of practice.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Measles is dangerous, homeopathy is worthless... 15 Mar. 2013
By Chris Haynes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Homeopathy is fashionable nonsense foisted upon the gullible. It started as just some magical thinking thought up in Germany by Hahnemann a bit over two hundred years ago. Anyone who remembered their high school chemistry would know that diluting something past Avogadro's Number is not stronger, it is not anything. It is literally nothing.

The best thing is to prevent measles with a vaccine.

Edit to add: There is large outbreak of measles in Wales. And this article "Neal's Yard promotes homeopathy for measles. This could kill real children" in the Telegraph [...], explains why this fashionable nonsense is dangerous.

Some better reads:
Science-Based Medicine Guide to Homeopathy (Science-Based Medicine Anthology)
Science-Based Medicine Guide to Vaccines, Vaccine Preventable Illnesses and Autism (Science-Based Medicine Anthology)
Trick or Treatment: The Undeniable Facts about Alternative Medicine
Snake Oil Science: The Truth About Complementary and Alternative Medicine
18 of 23 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Promoting sugar pills for a dangerous disease? 8 Mar. 2013
By Mike H - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
So a book that suggests sugar pills can be helpful for a serious viral infection? That's really really really really not good.

Do yourself a favour - go and see your GP instead. Leave the mumbo-jumbo of homeopathy well alone. You never know - following this book could kill a child, and it'll almost certainly harm at least one.
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