Recently, whenever a story is published in the media about homeopathy, a group of people who hate everything homeopathic rush to the comments section and discredit anything positive. The same names appear again and again. They are a minority group but noisy, worldwide and often connected to the release of negative stories as well. While their motives for doing this are never made clear, guesses to the reasons for them wanting to spread misinformation can be made. The last week has been a particularly busy in regard to these stories and the commenters attracted. We have listed some of them below.
(Warning: many of these articles carry inaccuracies about homoeopathy but perhaps any publicity is good publicity? Also, the ‘expert’ professor is not an expert. Read the facts about him in the final link)
- Alternative Medicine Crackdown
- No Need for an Alternative Medicine Crackdown:
- Draft Finding Labels Homeopathy Unethical.
- Homeopathy isn’t unethical, it’s just controversial
- NHS Must Ban ‘Dangerous’ Homoeopathy
- Homeopaths Hit Back at Critical Government Report
- Homeopathy is Worthless Says an Expert in the Subject as He Claims it is Unethical to Prescribe Treatments on NHS
- Homeopaths Under Assault in Australia after NHMRC Threatens to Declare their Work Unethical
And, who is the ‘expert’ professor mentioned in many of the stories? See:
Edzard Ernst Exposed
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