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The latest news from IVAA, including alerts on research and ongoing studies relevant to our members as well as press releases and other updates from IVAA. Scroll down to see publications listed in in order from newest to oldest, or use the navigation at left.

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Freiburg University Studies Effect of Anthroposophic Eurythmy Therapy and Tai Chi on the Risk of Falling in the Elderly

Nationwide, multi-center study funded by German government.

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Anthroposophic Medicine Statement on Vaccination

 

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Adding Mistletoe Treatment to Chemotherapy Prolongs Lives in Lung Cancer

BRUSSELS, October 04th 2018. Patients with late-stage non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) receiving supplementary mistletoe treatment in addition to chemotherapy were able to survive significantly longer than patients receiving chemotherapy alone, a new observational study has...

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Anthroposophic Treatments in Swiss Children’s Hospital Improved Care Without Increasing Cost

FRIBOURG, SWITZERLAND, September 28th 2018: Integrating anthroposophic treatments into conventional care for hospitalised children can improve results from the perspective of both parents and clinicians without adding to costs, according an implementation report involving...

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Mourning the passing of Dr Peter Fisher, a leader in integrative medicine

 

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IVAA response to “Le Monde diplomatique” article on anthroposophy

 

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IVAA Welcomes New Secretary General Elisa Baldini, Launches new Website

 

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Primary care facilities using integrative medical approaches have lower antibiotic prescribing rates, which could be useful to fight antimicrobial resistance

 

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Study shows anthroposophic treatment strategy for rheumatoid arthritis as effective in reducing symptoms as conventional care