Healing, Hype, or Harm?: A Critical Analysis of Complementary or Alternative Medicine (Societas)



The Scientists Writing This Book Are Not Against Complementary Or Alternative Medicine CAM , But They Are Very Much For Evidence Based Medicine And Single Standards They Aim To Counter Balance The Many Uncritical Books On CAM And To Stimulate Intelligent, Well Informed Public Debate.Healing, Hype, or Harm?: A Critical Analysis of Complementary or Alternative Medicine (Societas)

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  • Paperback
  • 178 pages
  • Healing, Hype, or Harm?: A Critical Analysis of Complementary or Alternative Medicine (Societas)
  • Edzard Ernst
  • English
  • 25 July 2018
  • 9781845401184

8 thoughts on “Healing, Hype, or Harm?: A Critical Analysis of Complementary or Alternative Medicine (Societas)

  1. says:

    I ve read three other books this year examining the history and efficacy of complementary and alternative medicine CAM , so I wasn t really looking for another one After reading a review of this collection of essays edited by Edzard Ernst, however, I was intrigued that it appeared to address a number of issues left out of the other books.In this regard, I was not disappointed Though several of the essays covered familiar territory, many of them were rich in new perspectives Of particular interest to me was an essay examining ways in which the media s treatment of CAM perpetuates the idea that it is effective than it really is, a discussions of how CAM proponents insist that scientifically controlled trials are not valid ways of testing their methods when results are negative but trumpet even the slightest positive results of shoddy studies as scientific proof, and an examination of how Prince Charles devotion to homeopathy impacts the politics of CAM in the UK.I also liked a piece written in defense of the common criticism that conventional doctors do not treat the whole person, but rather focus only on the specific disease in question Physician Michael Baum elegantly r...

  2. says:

    A useful and informative review of the evidence for and against complementary therapies.I found it somewhat heavy handed in the setup language However, it is a very helpful resource to have at hand.

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