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Can you treat hand tumor using homoeopathy?

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Dr. Scott Diede
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No

There is absolutely no scientific evidence that homeopathy helps for any cancer, including a hand tumor. Beware of people charging you money for such concoctions.
Caveat emptor...

In brief: No

There is absolutely no scientific evidence that homeopathy helps for any cancer, including a hand tumor. Beware of people charging you money for such concoctions.
Caveat emptor...
Dr. Scott Diede
Dr. Scott Diede
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Dr. Steve Martinez
Breast Surgery

In brief: Not successful

You could treat a hand tumor with homeopathic treatments, but it would not be successful.
Why not use a combination of traditional and homeopathic medicines?

In brief: Not successful

You could treat a hand tumor with homeopathic treatments, but it would not be successful.
Why not use a combination of traditional and homeopathic medicines?
Dr. Steve Martinez
Dr. Steve Martinez
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Dr. Raymond Raven
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Not recommended

Although there may be nontraditional methods available to treat hand tumors, it is very important that you understand your diagnosis, treatment options and prognosis before choosing any method of treatment.
Consult your medical doctor or oncologist for more detailed and specific information about your tumor.

In brief: Not recommended

Although there may be nontraditional methods available to treat hand tumors, it is very important that you understand your diagnosis, treatment options and prognosis before choosing any method of treatment.
Consult your medical doctor or oncologist for more detailed and specific information about your tumor.
Dr. Raymond Raven
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Dr. F. Thomas Kaplan
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Probably not

What type of tumor are we talking about? If you are referring to a cancerous lesion, many can be life or limb threatening.
You should see a musculoskeletal oncologist or hand surgeon for the best advice.

In brief: Probably not

What type of tumor are we talking about? If you are referring to a cancerous lesion, many can be life or limb threatening.
You should see a musculoskeletal oncologist or hand surgeon for the best advice.
Dr. F. Thomas Kaplan
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