The Red Cross Hospital is surrounded by water in the new town of Bremen, directly on the Kleine Weser. Christina Hillebrecht works here, internist, rheumatologist and Vice President of the Bremen Medical Association, the medical association that triggered a nationwide chain reaction in 2019 when it canceled homeopathy training. The sun is shining as she comes out in a white coat. She's on break. In the café around the corner, she talks about homeopathy, one of the biggest controversial issues in medicine, and how Bremen became a role model for other federal states through its handling of globules.
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