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Homeopathy at an Evidence-Based Medical School?


The U of M's attitude about homeopathy seems to be, as in so many other cases, if you ignore a problem, maybe it will go away. For a classic example of this avoidance mechanism please see "Old story, still no answers."

For earlier posts on this situation, please see:

Director of University of Minnesota Center for Spirituality and Healing Writes Approvingly of Homeopathy?


And med school dean Frank Cerra's response to my questions about homeopathy.

(Last paragraph, see also my comments 1 and 7)

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