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Antibiotic Resistance Project

The development of resistance is becoming an increasing problem for the world population. The WHO expects the same number of deaths a year by 2050 as from cancer. In addition, there are enormous costs for the health systems. In addition to developing new antibiotics, it is therefore of the utmost importance to develop real alternatives and to ensure that antibiotics remain effective. Studies show that homeopathy, for example, is effective for infections of the upper respiratory tract. Treatment with homeopathic medicines can therefore significantly reduce the prescription of antibiotics. 

Furthermore, it has been shown in practice that infections with resistant pathogens can be successfully treated with CAM methods. We therefore want to gain even more insights into how these procedures can be used sensibly for the benefit and safety of patients.

What are we going to do?


This project is still in an early phase. In contrast to cancer treatment, we have only little clinical data so far, so we will first work out the current state of research and then carry out further studies. This raises the question of whether infections with already resistant pathogens can be treated homeopathically. The second question that needs to be clarified: How can the use of antibiotics in minor diseases be reduced in order to prevent the development of resistance. In a later phase of the project, we will also carry out in vitro tests here in order to be able to use the full potential of the available homeopathic medicines.

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