By Professor Edzard Ernst
As soon as I write something critical about homeopathy, some people start claiming that I am biased. And as soon as even the most respected institution publishes a report on the subject, homeopaths insist that it is fatally flawed. On such occasions, an almost stereotypical debate tends to ensue which could be stylised by the following dialogue:
Homeopath: the medical establishment is biased against homeopathy.
Sceptic: that’s because the assumptions of homeopathy are not just implausible but fly in the face of science.
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