What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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States that homeopathy is not evidence-based medicine; that the new Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) regulations on homeopathic products compromise standards of evidence and clear labelling; that the policy change is damaging to patients' best interests; that evidence-based medicine is essential to public health; that the growth of the homeopathic industry does not contribute to public health; and that rules for the regulation of medicines should not allow homeopathic products to make unsubstantiated health claims. (Sense About Science website) [pdf]