CM sellers are ‘irresponsible shopkeepers,’ says UK expert

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A UK expert has slammed pharmacists selling unproven complementary medicines as “irresponsible shopkeepers” focused on profit. Edzard Ernst, Emeritus Professor, Exeter University, wrote in MJA Perspective yesterday that while integrative medicine is frequently described as the “best of both worlds”—because it comprises both conventional and alternative/complementary medicine—the concept is “ill-conceived”. When contacted by AJP Prof

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