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Nazir Kazi said on 20 February 2013

Homeopathy on the NHS is wrong. The real danger for a patient lies not in harmless sugar pills and water, but in the rejection of proper, scientific and evidence-based approaches to treatment. There is a discussion to be had on homeopathy, as there are on magical levitation and rabbits popping out of top hats, but the NHS is certainly not the forum. It is imperative that the medical top dogs dismiss this nonsense categorically.