If the March Totnes Cancer Care Conference was a farce, then the November one looks set to be a shambles.
Keen to avoid the problems that blighted the last conference, organiser Dr Stephen Hopwood has been careful to point out that the conference will not discuss treating people for cancer, but treating people with cancer. This seems to me to be a blatant and cynical way of sidestepping the Cancer Act.
Posted in All
Tagged Alliance for Natural Health, Andre Young-Snell, ANH, ASA, Ask for Evidence, Barbara Wren, Cancer, Claudius Van Wyk, Julian Kenyon, Kevin Wright, Patricia Peat, Patricia Peatt, Patrick Kingsley, Robert Verkerk, Robin Daly, Rosy Daniel, Sarah Myhill, Stephen Hopwood, Totnes, Totnes FM, Trading Standards, Yes to Life
In a strange piece entitled Scepticism and the natural medicine skeptics: not even distantly related, the ANH laid into critics of what they call ‘natural medicine’, even going so far as suggesting we are guilty of intellectual fraud.
When the fruits of the skeptic movement are intellectual fraud, thuggery and empty character assassination, can society be expected to take the movement’s views seriously?
It was a very odd, confusing post. I think there are two possible explanations for it: Continue reading
It was reported that the controversial Totnes Cancer Conference is to go ahead tomorrow even after Trading Standards Officers had contacted the Town Council asking for the event to be cancelled and even after the organiser had received a letter this morning from Trading Standards informing him that Continue reading
Posted in All
Tagged Alan Papier, Alliance for Natural Health, Barbara Wren, Claudius Van Wyk, Gerson Therapy, Hedda Kraker von Schwarzenfeld, John Hagger, Kevin Wright, Marianne Greenwood, Matthew Manning, Robert Verkerk, Robin Daly, Sarah Myhill, Sarah Wollaston, Stephen Hopwood, Totnes Cancer Conference, Totnes FM, Trading Standards, Tullio Simoncini