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Published in The Guardian on 2nd February 2005, both letters contained in this link fail to mention that chiropractic is based on flawed science. Regarding universities teaching chiropractic degree programmes, it has been said that the worth of a degree in a subject that cannot prove its basic tenet, the subluxation, seems rather dubious. The fact that an established university is prepared to offer such a degree may only serve to diminish the university's standing and reputation.