The Homoeopathy article has been reposted on an amazing website! You must visit it!
If you follow me on social media, you probably already know this. But if you don’t, I’m really excited to break the news to you! My article on homoeopathy has been published on a renowned German website called Information Network Homeopathy. This website has been founded by an intrepid group of activists led by Natalie Grams, a physician who used to be a homeopath. She came to be known as a whistleblower when she released her book Homeopathy Reconsidered – What Really Helps Patients. This book of hers exposed homoeopathy for what it really was - a pseudoscientific placebo.
From the back of that book:
This book answers some essential and fascinating questions: What remains of the founding ideas of homeopathy in 21st century medicine? Does it really work and, if so, how? Which of the original theories can we still apply today with a clear conscience and use for the benefit of patients and the healthcare system? Where does homeopathy have its limits and does it indeed need to be critically reconsidered and evaluated?
I originally learned about Natalie Grams from an article on csicop.org where she tells the story of her journey from homoeopathy to medicine.
So you can imagine how surprised I was when another member of the organisation, Udo Endruscheit, contacted me on Medium, where I had reposted the article as I often do. He asked me if I would be willing to share the article on their website. Of course, I didn’t hesitate to agree!
These guys are a part of the German skeptic’s association, otherwise called Gesellschaft zur wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung von Parawissenschaften. If you’re not German, it may be easier to refer to their official name in English: Society for the Scientific Investigation of Parasciences. So, as one might say, they are legit!
Now if the Germans themselves are debunking homeopathy, what chance does India have?
I couldn’t be prouder of being a part of this organisation and this movement towards more evidence-based medicine.
After checking out my article, please wander around to see the other resources they provide. As they say, they aren’t “anti-homoeopathy”, rather, they want to educate the public about evidence-based medicine, while also showing them the realities behind alternative medicine like homoeopathy.
Please support them in whatever way you can – share the articles and tell your friends about it.
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As always, be rationable.