According to the homeopathic faculty of the United Kingdom, between 1950 and 2014, more than 104 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) were published in peer-reviewed journals that describe statistically significant results. Of these RCTs comparing homeopathy to placebo or conventional medicine, 43 reported positive outcomes for homeopathy.
The largest homeopathic study ever conducted by the National Health Service (UK) in Bristol, lasted 6 years of research on more than 6,500 patients: - chronic diseases such as eczema, migraine, arthritis, Chronic fatigue and irritable bowel syndrome have been treated. In children under 16, 89% of asthmatic patients and 82% of eczematous patients showed clinical improvement. 74% of migraineurs, 72% of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and 77% of women with menopausal problems reported improvements compared to homeopathic treatment.2
The Swiss government recently published a report supporting complementary medicine and in particular homeopathy, as well as the cost-effectiveness of CAM therapies (complementary and alternative medicine).