Clinical trial, with positive findings,  on 61 patients treated at a rehabilitation and palliative care  department in Italy for dermatitis caused by having had radiotherapy for  breast cancer. Approximately half of the patients were randomly  allocated to receive homeopathic Belladonna and X-ray, and the others  received a dummy pill (placebo); they were not told which treatment  group they were in. During the period of radiotherapy, there was no  difference between the groups. After 30 days’ recovery from  radiotherapy, the patients in the homeopathy group reported less severe  symptoms than those in the placebo group.

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