Which one is modern medicine: Allopathy or Homeopathy?

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Michael Meadon (September 27, 2010, 12:19:59 PM):
You actually cite Jacques Benveniste??? His claims have been utterly discredited by Randi and others: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v334/n6180/pdf/334287a0.pdf
Hades (September 27, 2010, 12:29:34 PM):
If one considers the attitudes displayed during the recent strikes, and doctors attitudes in general regarding exorbitant medical costs; perhaps Apathy is a better term modern medicine.
Michael Meadon (September 27, 2010, 14:08:35 PM):
If one considers the attitudes displayed during the recent strikes, and doctors attitudes in general regarding exorbitant medical costs; perhaps Apathy is a better term modern medicine.


I'm not sure South African medics are representative. And, as far as I saw, nurses were the worst offenders. Doctors much less so. (And, unfortunately, there is an absolute surfeit in nonsense in nursing. Read some nursing journals - it'll raise the hairs on your back. More pomo nonsense that I can stomach, for example. And I speak as the creator of the "Postmodernism is stupid" Facebook group).
Dr. Nancy Malik (October 24, 2010, 19:09:27 PM):
There is lot of misconception among skeptics of homeopathy medicine. They need to told the basic fundamentals of homeopathy.

http://knol.google.com/k/dr-nancy-malik-bhms/homeopathy-explained/pocy7w49ru14/1#

It covers Definition of Health, Principles of Homoeopathy, How homeopathy works?, Sources of Homeopathic medicines, What medical conditions homeopathy treat? Preventive Medicine, etc

Any further query or apprehension or criticism is welcome.
Mefiante (October 24, 2010, 19:30:36 PM):
There is lot of misconception among skeptics of homeopathy medicine.
No, there isn’t. By far the bulk of the misconception exists among homoeopathy’s proponents. This link exemplifies it.



Any further query or apprehension or criticism is welcome.
No, it isn’t. Or, only if the use of the word “welcome” is to be read as “will be answered with obfuscation and convenient invention.” This link exemplifies it.

Homoeopathy supporters are living in a two-hundred-year-old dream world and are desperately trying to cling to defunct, outmoded and bankrupt thinking by making stuff up. This link exemplifies it.

'Luthon64

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