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Kate Birch RSHom(NA), CCH. Natural exposure to disease Cell-mediated immunity Antibody production Life long immunity.

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1 Kate Birch RSHom(NA), CCH

2 Natural exposure to disease Cell-mediated immunity Antibody production Life long immunity

3 Variolation Vaccination Homeoprophylaxis

4 Theory of vaccination Problems with this model Fails to address the susceptibility to the disease in the population Fails to address the prerogative of the pathogen which then mutates Artificial antibody elevation at the expense of the rest of the immune system = greater susceptibility to other diseases and chronic disease

5 As if one person Epidemic diseases genus epidemicus Provings posi-demics Collective thought patterns Harry Potter Fear Religiosity

6 All living organisms operate within a field of relativity These fields are responsive to, and affected by, energetic and biochemical stimuli Each organ system within the individual exists within its own field. Individuals, families, cultures, races and nationalities share larger fields

7 Heart cells beating in unison Pole beans syncing up their spiral movements Women menstruating as the same time

8 Leptospirosis with nosoLEP Decreased incidence with simultaneous increased incidence in surrounding areas Followed by decreased incidence in all areas Bracho, Dr Gustavo. Large-scale application of highly-diluted bacteria for Leptospirosis epidemic control. The Homeopath. UK. 99. 2010:156-166.

9 HP activates cell-mediated immunity rather than antibody production Bracho, Dr Gustavo, Homeoprophylaxis: Evidences from Basic Research and Practical Applications. HRI, Barcelona. June 2013.

10 Malaria in Malawi with PC Malaria Decreased incidence with simultaneous increased incidence in surrounding areas Followed by decreased incidence in all areas http://www.arhf.nl/ Van Der Zee, Harry, PC Malaria

11 What is effecting the increase in the surrounding areas? Why is there then a subsequent reduction?

12 HP and Meningococcal Disease 1974, Brazil, 18,640 children HP for Meningitis treated with one pill of Meningococcinum 30C, and 6,340 were not. 18,640 protected homeopathically – 4 cases of meningococcal infection. 6,340 not protected – 32 cases of meningococcal infection. Based on the infection (attack) rate in the unprotected group, 94 cases of infection would have been expected in the HP treated group. Instead, there were only four cases of meningococcal infection, 1998, Brazil, 65,826 people between the ages of 0-20 were treated with one pill of Meningococcinum 30C while 23,532 were not. Over a 12 month period the following results were obtained 65,826 protected homeopathically – 4 cases of meningococcal infection. 23,532 not protected – 20 cases of meningococcal infection. Based on the infection rate 58 cases of infection would have been expected in the HP treated group. Instead, there were only four cases.

13 Basic assumptions Synchronized start dates to enhance remedy action The more children participating the more effective HP will be

14 Dynamics in families Homeopathically treat one person the next needs to be treated Increased Autism rates in vaccinated and unvaccinated children Disease incidence in different cultures and populations

15 Freeandhealthychildren.com Certification of HP supervisors Research Vaccinefree.wordpress.com Homeoprophylaxis program


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