On October 25, 2007, the University of Connecticut Health Center will be
hosting a historic debate on homeopathy. This event will mark the first
time a major U.S. medical school has examined homeopathy in this depth. It
also marks the first time that the clinical, historical and basic science
data will be examined simultaneously.
The University of Connecticut Health Center presents:
A Debate: Homeopathy - Quackery Or A Key To The Future of Medicine?
An international forum to explore the facts around this controversial
modality in an attempt to determine whether it has a place in medical care.
Low Learning Center*
University of Connecticut Health Center
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, Connecticut 06030
Thursday, October 25
2:00P.M. - 4:00P.M. ET
Homeopathy is used by tens of millions of people around the world. On
October 25, you are invited to watch a debate between six internationally
renowned experts (Iris Bell, M.D., Ph.D., Rustum Roy Ph.D., Andre Saine
N.D., Donald Marcus M.D., Steven Novella M.D., and Naduv Davidovitch M.D.,
Ph.D.) as they examine the basic science as well as the clinical and
historical evidence around this 200 year old system of medicine. Is
homeopathy pure quackery as some contend or perhaps the future of medicine?
Watch on October 25-2007
The event will be broadcast live over the internet and can be seen by
The forum will also be archived at this url address.