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The Pie Man Cometh!

Welcome to my new column The Pie Man Strikes Again! Now what has a Pie Man got to do with medicine? What has a Pie Man got to do with the holy grail of evidence-based medicine? Allow me to explain... There are some doctors around today so eminent that I've dubbed them Physicians of the [...]

By | 2009-03-18T15:53:56+00:00 March 18th, 2009|The Pie Man Strikes!|0 Comments

Homeopathy on Trial: the debate and the letter

On Monday night, the 20th October 2008, I will attend a debate at University College London at 7.00 pm. The motion is: 'This House believes homeopathy should not be available on the NHS’ The debate is free and open to all and this is how you get there. Speaking against the motion: Dr Peter Fisher [...]

By | 2008-10-18T20:45:13+00:00 October 18th, 2008|Homeopathy|0 Comments

The BMJ pie that doth mislead us all

Maybe I should give up talking about how homeopathy has served this country well for nearly 200 years. I thought I presented a convincing expose of the apparent ‘evidence basis’ of orthodox medicine using a pie (chart) published by that well-known supporter of all things alternative, there wacky and charlatan – The British Medical Journal’s [...]

By | 2008-10-12T20:53:13+00:00 October 12th, 2008|Homeopathy|0 Comments

The BMJ Pie that doth mislead us all

Maybe I should give up talking about how homeopathy has served this country well for nearly 200 years. I thought I presented a convincing expose of the apparent ‘evidence basis’ of orthodox medicine using a pie published by that well-known supporter of all things alternative, see wacky and charlatan – The British Medical Journal’s Handbook [...]

By | 2008-10-12T11:07:00+00:00 October 12th, 2008|Homeopathy|0 Comments