Tuesday, June 13, 2017

A Naturopath Strikes at the Essentially Naturopathic

here, perhaps we can say "the centre cannot hold" as in naturopathy and its homeopathy:

001. the AANP writes in an email to members [similar to "Webinar: Homeopathy: Standing Up Under Scrutiny"; 2017 archived]:

"AANP 2017 Webinar Series [...] homeopathy benefits thousands of ND patients, as well as millions of consumers who buy over-the counter homeopathic products. Homeopathy has also attracted scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission and Food and Drug Administration. On Monday, June 19, from 7:00-8:15 pm, ET, the AANP will hold a webinar to explore the evidence basis for homeopathy - and how homeopathic pharmacists and practitioners are responding to this unwelcome Federal attention. Join expert speakers Lisa Amerine, ND (president, Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians), Iris Bell, MD, PhD (leading researcher with the American Institute of Homeopathy), and Mark Land (Vice President of Boiron USA and President, American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists). Register now for this timely and insightful program on the future of homeopathic products. Registration is free for AANP members, $39 for non-members. Registration guarantees access to the webinar recording."

homeopathy, homeopathy, homeopathy.  This fake pharmacy is falsely claimed "science" on the ND Licensure exam, and "health science" generally by naturopathy.  This claim is easily demonstrably false.

002. a certain ND I am familiar with copied me on his SURPRISING response to the AANP when he received the above email:

"please remove homeopathy from the naturopathic modalities and give the profession a chance to gain some respect from those who consider scientific evidence a baseline for credibility.  Dr Mahlon Davis N.D."

'a long wait for a train that ain't coming'???

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