Tris Mamone wrote a new post, UK may force charities to prove complementary therapies work 3 years, 1 month ago
By New Scientist
UK charities that provide complementary and alternative medicines fear losing their charitable status over possible measures that will raise the bar for proving their therapies work.
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It’s about time, no?
While they are about it why not introduce a labelling scheme for, say, homeopathic ‘remedies’? ‘This is just over-priced water’ and ‘if you are ill this won’t help’ and ‘try real medicine instead’.
Geoff 21 #2
May 20, 2017 at 10:25 am
While they are about it why not introduce a labelling scheme for, say, homeopathic ‘remedies’?
I think legislation requiring purchases of such products to be made with “homeopathic money” – containing the same proportional content of real money, as the proportion of approved active ingredients in the product! 🙂