Unproven issues

Complementary medicines body under fire over evidence-based and environmental issues The National Institute of Complementary Medicines is once again under fire for promoting unproven products, as well as having inconsistent views on the use of endangered species in traditional Chinese medicines. The Australian Skeptics have renewed their campaign against the NICM, accusing it of “apparent

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