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Patient64 said on 14 February 2013

This page is a disgrace and undermines my trust in NHS Choices. Phrases like "Practitioners believe . . ." are used instead of telling us clearly that evidence shows that homeopathy is just a placebo. There is literally nothing in it. Listing a range of conditions for which homeopathy is used will convince some patients to turn to these magic water pedlars rather than getting proper treatment. More astonishing since advertisers are not allowed to list conditions that can be treated with homeopathic remedies because it would be misleading in the absence of good evidence. NHS Choices has been censored on this topic for political reasons. For a much more helpful explanation of homeopathy look at the corresponding American website for patients http://qako.me/11CfMEY