Integrative medicine ‘health fraud and quackery’

A MJA Perspectives piece criticising integrative medicine has been welcomed by Friends of Science in Medicine, who say integrative medicine is “mixing science-based health professions with pseudoscience based practices”. The MJA piece, by Edzard Ernst, Emeritus Professor, Exeter University, wrote that while often touted as the “best of both worlds” incorporating conventional and alternative/complementary medicine,

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