his legacy website kept going by his lab team after his death in october 2004 - there is an english part but not sure everything has been translated
they say in it that had he lived longer he would have been happy to see his findings validated by Professor Emoto in japan (it was in his eulogy at his burial but I don't think this was translated in english)......
and his book issued post mortem in 2005 and translated in japanese whose foreword is by Nobel Price of Physics Pr Brian D. Josephson [jacques.benveniste.org]
now you have 3 reliable sources to make your own opinion
read carefully the first link you may be in for big surprises........
just an excerpt of the first link below dated of 1999 :
Benveniste is not one to stay quiet about his experimental findings, which he thinks could profoundly change the worlds of biology and medicine. He has been at the center of a cyclone of controversy since 1988, when he published a controversial article in the prestigious journal Nature. In that article he presented experimental evidence, verified at several other labs, that drugs in highly dilute water solutions can still have biological effects. The dilutions were made to the point that it was highly unlikely that even one molecule of the substance remained. In effect, his results appeared to demonstrate the existence of memory in water, thus supporting the validity of homeopathy, a 200-year-old health practice that is undergoing renewed popularity.
The article sparked instant outrage among traditional scientists, as it seemed to be claiming something that is impossible according to the prevailing scientific paradigm. Nature withdrew its support for the article, and a debunking team was sent to Benveniste’s lab to discredit his work. In a 1998 book (The Memory of Water: Homeopathy and the Battle of Ideas in the New Science) Michel Schiff documents this whole debunking process, suggesting that it was done in a fashion totally unbecoming to the highest values of open-minded science. However, as a result of this and other attacks, Benveniste became a virtual pariah in many people’s view, and he lost his lab, his funding, and his prestigious position as Director of Research at INSERM, a major French laboratory.
On his website, the outspoken Benveniste asks: "Why the fuss, excommunication, resentment, insults, injuries and, last but not least, the crash landing of fraud-seeking commandos? Will the eternal "Understand I do not, therefore it is not" prevail forever in science? Can we not say once and for all "bye-bye" to Galileo-style prosecution and replace it with genuine scientific debate?"
end of excerpt
tell me about it........
for more recent news check his website and book the 2nd and 3rd links I provided