In a recent study of the long-term effects of homeopathic remedies, 32 participants of the study were reported to have died. Furthermore, 260 former participants have since declined to participate with the study and 12 (including 3 children) have mysteriously gone missing. Despite this, the researches of the study conclude that "patients who receive homeopathic treatments are likely to improve considerably".
Based on the evidence provided in the report, I've formed my own conclusion: some patients who receive homeopathic treatments are likely to die or go missing.
The "provisional" study report can be found here (pdf warn).
Note that some of the authors of the study have also been involved in performing needle experiments on humans as well as performing the bizarre, ancient procedure known as "wet cupping" on their subjects (in which the patient is intentionally wounded and a vacuum device applied to forcibly withdraw blood!).