Cushing's disease: a new approach to therapy in equine and canine patients.

  title={Cushing's disease: a new approach to therapy in equine and canine patients.},
  author={Michael Elliott},
  journal={The British homoeopathic journal},
  volume={90 1},
Forty-one cases of Cushing's Disease affecting both equine and canine patients were treated with an identical mixture of two homeopathically prepared remedies (ACTH 30c and Quercus robur 30c), and the clinical improvements seen in the cases assessed. Homeopathy has been described as a medicine that can only be prescribed on the basis of individual symptoms shown, fitting the remedy to the patient, not the disease. The aim of this study was to define whether a standardised approach, using… CONTINUE READING
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