Clinical trial, with positive findings, on 36 patients at a homeopathy clinic in Australia. Approximately half of the patients were randomly allocated to receive homeopathic medicine and the others received dummy medicine (placebo); they were not told which treatment group they were in. After a period of one week’s treatment, the patients in the homeopathy group reported improved feeling of wellbeing compared to those in the placebo group.
Kuzeff RM (1998). Homeopathy, sensation of well-being and CD4-levels – A placebo-controlled, randomized trial. Complementary Therapies in Medicine; 6:4–9.