An article from yesterday's Independent (posted by The Don over at JREF): http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/hea...icle354149.ece
Here are their conclusions about homoeopathy:"Real life" studies, presumably meaning uncontrolled studies asking patients vague questions about whether they feel better.The truth
If you are one of the 30 million Europeans who are regular users of homeopathy, you are unlikely to be impressed by accusations that the therapy lacks an evidence base or goes against all known physical laws. After all, “real life” studies, such as that carried out in Bristol, persistently show the value of homeopathy for patients. Just don’t expect your GP to be supportive.
While they mention the Lancet analysis, they ignore its conclusions as far as their "truth" is concerned.