The National Academy of Homeopathy, India
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  Project  
  LITERARY RESEARCH PROJECT
Since 26/1/1993, we have undertaken the task of updating and correcting Dr. Kent’s Repertory. An Advisory Council of eminent Academicians and Research Scholars from all over the globe is constituted to guide, assist and monitor the progress. Prof. Dr. Kasim Chimthanawala is the Project Director. Till date more than 10,000 errors of different categories have been identified and slated for rectification.
CLINICAL CUM STATISTICAL RESEARCH
Allergies - This unit runs under the directorship of Dr. Kasim Chimthanawala. It was undertaken to assess “the Scope and Limitations of Homoeopathy in patients suffering from any form of Allergies”. Until 26/1/ 2010, 45,130 cases have been registered and treated strictly on Hahnemannian lines. In 2009, itself 532 cases were registered. Skin (253 cases-178 cured, 60 under follow up, 15 left) and Respiratory Tract (279 cases- 167 cured, 100 under follow up and 12 left).
UTERINE MYOMAS
In India, there is recent spurt of females with uterine fibroids. The Gynecological unit of the Academy started a clinico statistical project under Prof. Dr. Sagira Chimthanawala, assisted by Dr. Fatema Chimthanawala and Dr. Meenal Poshettiwar in 2007. In 2009, itself 51 cases were registered. Following are the stats of three years.
 
 

 

 

TOTAL

CURED

LEFT

SURGERY

FOLLOW-UP

1.

Intramural fibroid

  105

   66

  4

      3

        32

2.

Subserous fibroid

   86

   61

  9

      -

        16

3.

Fibromyoma

  19

    5

 4

      6

          4

 
  PROJECT DIAHOM
This Five Year Project commenced on 19/9/2008. Six Fellows have started conducting it in their respective clinics. The Project Supervisor is Dr. Sagira Chimthanawala while the other officers are Dr. sanjay and Dr. Neeta Manwani (Durg), Dr. Preeti Majithia and Dr. Sanjay Chandrakar(Raipur).
PROJECT ON MALE INFERTILITY
This study is being carried out by Dr. Abhijit Joshi at Pune. Total cases registered in 2009 were 14, out of them 11 were primary and three were secondary in sterility. The sperm count of 8 males improved dramatically and five could impregnate their spouses. The successful rise of viable sperm count was in the range of 60-94 million/mm cu. Thuja, Syphillinum, Lycopodium and Staphysagria were the most common remedies used.