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Madeleine Ennis is a pharmacologist and researcher at Queen's University in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She generated controversy by publishing results that seemed to show that ultra-dilute solutions of histamine, diluted to the levels used in homeopathic remedies, could affect cells just as the controls did. Her report said, "We are unable to explain our findings and are reporting them to encourage others to investigate this phenomenon", though she remains sceptical.
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A team of reputed scientists failed to replicate these results. These experiments were conducted by reputed scientists under protocols set by the James Randi Educational Foundation under their million dollar challenge. 
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