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Tuesday, April 25, 2017
It seems that I am not the only one to notice that the poor Professor is now in quite a pickle. He has insulted homeopaths and researchers for decades, but the spread of what he calls the "stubbornly surviving belief system" of homeopathy has continued unabated.
Sunday, April 23, 2017
Professor Edzard Ernst & his minions' decades old personal and childish attacks on homeopathy users, homeopaths and homeopathic research has still not succeeded in stopping its spread. He and they are now "putting on their brave faces" and what supporters of homeopathy are witnessing is proof that the skeptics may have won the battle, but lost the war.
Addendum: A list of 18 separate blog posts targeting and humiliating Dana Ullman, a well known homeopath in the United States, can be be found on this page: http://edzardernst.com/?s=dana+ullman Another one entitled "Lies, damned lies, and Dana Ullman" is here: http://edzardernst.com/2017/02/lies-damned-lies-and-dana-ullman/
Referenced blog post in image below, in its entirety, is HERE Ernst blogs about his early positive impression of homeopathy, then tells why he became its skeptic. Will he be forced to reverse his stance again?
I have a question. What is "generally reproducible top-quality" medicine?
The article, in English, can be read here: disinformation about Homeopathy
Thursday, March 16, 2017
"When the ASA or CAP is asked to assess that evidence, they may, if necessary, appoint an independent expert to give an impartial and confidential view on whether it supports the claim that is being made. We always aim to find the most appropriate expert to review that evidence, either from the group of experts we use regularly or by seeking out someone new with the relevant expertise."
Just so you know...there is not one M.D. homeopath, such as Dr. Peter Fisher of the UK, on the panel of experts. As a practicing homeopath in the UK, you should demand that your site be reviewed by "someone new with the relevant expertise."
This organization should be a joke, but it’s not. They are serious about stopping homeopaths from advertising. If you want homeopaths to continue to advertise their practices in the UK, please do your part. I do. Even though I live in the United States, you can join me. Do what you can, where you can, how you can.
The explanation of their funding is HERE. A portion only of the ASA_UK's funding? Through some type of voluntary levy that companies pay, the ASA_UK collects
approximately 5 million pounds each year.
You disgusted yet? Do something about it, sign THIS petition.
Friday, March 3, 2017
Addendum: August 2, 1017 In my opinion, this Twitter user is still making the people he "cautions" and/or "reports"| in this case, jarriv777 | think he is a part of a UK drug regulatory agency when she/he is not.
Addendum: March 4, 2017 The prior Twitter avatar looked similar to the one on the top in the image below. I am satisfied that the newer one can no longer be interpreted as possibly representing someone who is an official regulator within the UK drug regulatory system.
Addendum: March 24, 2017 The newest avatar:
All these tweets are by an anti homeopathy activist, who seems to be posing as a UK authority, between February 10 and today March 3, 2017. To my knowledge, this person is not officially affiliated, or recognized by, any UK drug regulatory agency. Therefore, I would encourage Twitter to ask that this particular tweet activity be curtailed.