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The Greek government is endorsing homeopathy

My wife has provided this item of information from the Greek news.

A medical furore is going on because the government has appointed an eleven-member committee composed of ten doctors and one pharmacist, all of them homoeopaths, to pronounce on whether homoeopathy should be officially recognised as a valid treatment in Greece with requirements set for the qualifications needed to practise.

Dead against this are the majority of the medical community, who point out the unsuitability of the committee and the lack of evidence that homoeopathy is anything other than placebo.

From religious quarters there are also complaints that all complementary medicine is based on mystical and other undesirable ideas, all of which are considered heretical by the Orthodox Church, and as such should not be given
official recognition in an Orthodox country.

Of course, one reason for the government's enthusiasm for this idea may be the fact that homeopathic medicines are relatively cheap.

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