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Picture of Transdisciplinarity and Translationality in High Dilution Research

Transdisciplinarity and Translationality in High Dilution Research

Signals and Images GIRI Series

Editor(s): Leoni Bonamin, Silvia Waisse
Contributors: Venício Veiga, Adriana P. Oliveira, Juliana P. de Paiva, Ana Paula Cajueiro, Giovani B. Peres, Elizabeth C. Perez,

Book Description

While evidence for the biological effects of high dilutions (above Avogadro’s number) has been extensively documented since the 1980s, it seems to remain invisible to part of the global scientific community. This book provides investigators and other interested readers with direct access to the latest research, conducted between 2009 and 2019, by members of the Groupe International de Recherche sur l’Infinitésimal, the first international scientific society devoted to scientific studies of high dilutions. As shown here, the state of the art in high dilution research allows answering with a sound, evidence-based “no” to the question “Is homeopathy really that implausible?” Therefore this book is an essential contribution to the ongoing debate on complementary and alternative medicine, much-needed by practitioners, patients, and governments in the formulation of healthcare policies.


ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-3252-6
ISBN-10: 1-5275-3252-6
Date of Publication: 01/07/2019
Pages / Size: 287 / A5
Price: £61.99


A veterinary physician Dr Leoni Bonamin holds an MSc and PhD in Experimental and Comparative Pathology. She is a Professor in the Postgraduate Programme in Environmental and Experimental Pathology at Paulista University, Brazil. She is also the deputy editor of the journal Homeopathy.

A board-certified paediatrician and homeopathic physician, with an MA and PhD in History of Science Dr Silvia Waisse is a Professor in the Postgraduate Programme in History of Science at the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. She is also editor of Revista de Homeopatia.