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GWendover said on 18 December 2012

The purpose of NHS Choices is to provide clear and reliable advice on health issues. This page fails badly. The balance of scientific evidence, evaluated properly, clearly shows that homeopathic remedies have no effect. This is not surprising, as they often have no active ingredient that could have an effect. There are well-understood and much better explanations for some people's strongly-held belief that they have been helped by homeopathy. This page should give clear and dependable advice to assist decisions that promote health - it dismally fails to do this.