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Български: снимка на хомеопатичен продукт

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This is quite possibly the most breathtakingly deluded/cynical (strike out that which does not apply) pro-homeopathy site I have ever seen: Extraordinary Medicine. It even beats yesterday’s little find, and on two counts. Firstly, it is better written and, secondly, this is an entire site devoted to selling homeopathy as hard as possible:

THERE ARE A NUMBER OF GROUPS with an economic interest in discrediting homeopathy spreading false information about it. This website was created to make sure consumers know the facts about homeopathy.

I have no economic interest in discrediting homeopathy, apart from the hope that if the nonsense being evangelically disseminated about its efficacy is shown up for the falsehood it is, the taxes I pay will instead be spent on real health care for myself, my family and anyone else who needs it. However, I cannot help noticing that there are definite economic interests behind the Extraordinary Medicine website:

Supporting Organizations

National United Professional Association of Trained Homeopaths (NUPATH)
National Center for Homeopathy
Ontario Homeopathic Association
North American Society of Homeopaths
Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century
British Columbia Society of Homeopaths
Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine (formerly Toronto School of Homeopathic Medicine)
British Institute of Homeopathy International
Homeopathic Medical Practitioners-Ontario
Homeopathic Medical Council of Canada
Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine

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