Modern quackery rife, and I am so pleased that the Daily Mail have had a hand in upholding a GMC complaint against one doctor offering expensive unproven treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.

Shall the GMC  now going to reach further and wider and root out some more examples of non evidence based treatments being offered by their registered practitioners. Expensive facial products to wind back years. Costly supplements to treat neurological and mental health conditions. Maybe even homeopathy? There’s a thought.

One notes the rebranding of the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital to the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine with interest.

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