Re: Homeopathy again (resubnission with subject)
- From: "Peter Moran" <pmoran@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 06:45:21 +1000
"Citizen Jimserac" <Jimserac@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:337374fa-8637-4282-ac92-9a29039b8a02@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
You are a DISGRACE to your profession for making this
post and attempting to draw conclusions from it.
Would you like me to make some posts of people killed
by chemotherapy, or cancer "surgery" or examples of medical
malpractice, followed by negative conclusions about standard
Do you have any idea how many practicing MD's you have just
insulted and demeaned because they also practice Homeopathy.
I'm astonished that you would stoop to this sort of
thing, I'm really disappointed in you.
And the double blinded randomized placebo controlled
tests are right there on the web staring you in the face,
if only you would bother to read them.
Poor, very poor.
Peter Moran wrote:Couple accused of manslaughter of nine month old baby through inadequate
care including reliance on homeopathic medicines.
I have argued here and elsewhere that "alternative" medicine is not
intrinsically very dangerous, as medical treatments go. The methods are
mostly reasonably safe, and most people have enough sense not to trust them
as stand-alone treatments of serious medical conditions.
But why. seemingly, are so many babies and children being sacrificed to
crackpot nutritional/medical ideas? I suppose it is easier to risk
someone else's life on half-baked ideas.
Indeed, crackpot medical ideas like the idea that "disabled" viruses
in a vaccine should be injected into infants.
YOU WANT TO GO INTO HOW MANY CHILDREN HAVE BEEN INJURED
BY THAT CRACKPOT IDEA?
As the research supportive of Homeopathy keeps appearing, the
frustrated denialists will do just about anything to continue
their lost cause.
You arrogant prick. My message was clear -- that homeopathy should not be relied upon for the stand-alone treatment of serious medical conditions. In fact, you would have to look long and hard among the many Western MDs who prescribe homeopathic remedies to find one who thinks any differently.
This is an evidence-based judgment. The very clinical trials that you like to claim show homeopathy working show that it at most has modest effects on allergy and other relatively minor symptomatic states.
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