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Damning report on homeopathy

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Craig Payne, Mar 2, 2014.

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  4. JaY

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    Each to their own regarding what form of medicine they want to explore.

    I do believe, however, that you get those individuals (be it in any field - including podiatry) who do or say something absolutely outrageous; that then cause a global dim view of that profession.

    Homeopathy works for me as well as for a certain presentation of Verrucae; scientifically-based or not.
     
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    As I have pointed out before, medieval medicine included the 'treatment' of having the sufferer walk round with a bag of dog faeces around his or her neck. Doubtless in some cases it 'worked'. Should we therefore use the technique today? I would say no, but if you wish to do so then please, just don't come near me! However, if you pay some charlatan good money for prescribing that 'cure' then more fool you. If he/she then tries to treat carcinoma or some other severe condition and claims that 'it works for me' then in my view, and probably the law in most enlightened countries, that is a criminal act.

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    Still no evidence for homoeopathy: Scientist responds to review criticism

     
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    Deconstructing Homeopathy Propaganda
     
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    'What Doctors Don't Tell You' about homeopathy'
     
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    Don't worry USA. Another couple won't make much difference, we have plenty of our own!

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    Society of Homeopaths ‘Taking Legal Advice’ to Fight the ASA.
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    Publication and outcome reporting of homeopathy trials registered in ClinicalTrials.gov
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    is really bad and just shows how desperate they are to get the result that they want.
     
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