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...  Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (FIH) folded in 2010 as a result of a financial scandal, but it was quickly ...  with Dr Michael Dixon, who was medical advisor to the FIH, and who tried to derail the advice given by NHS Choices. Perhaps the worst ...

...  up the Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (PFIH) to promote his views. ( “Integrated”, in this context, ...  used car salesmen. His views were well publicised in a PFIH publication, “Complementary Healthcare: a Guide for Patients”. ...

...  from the Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (FIH). Yet Colquhoun regularly lambasts the FIH and Prince Charles himself categorizing him as a ‘champion of ...  [http://www.dcscience.net/?p=2544] and calling the FIH the Foundation Fellows of the Prince of Wales Foundation for Magic ...

...  to Mrs Pat Goodall She is yet another connection with PFIH. Mrs Goodall acted as a spokesperson for the Prince’s Foundation ...

...  press The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (FIH) has been spreading misinformation about medicine since 1993.  It has ...  doors. An announcement has appeared on the FIH website 30 April 2010 The Trustees of The Prince’s Foundation ...

...  have been in dialogue with Michael and Boo Armstrong from FIH and they are strongly in favour of forming a partnership with FIM so that ...  to FIM in order to fit neatly into the Prince’s FIH, a way, no doubt, of achieving ‘protection’ and ...  The final bombshell; even the Prince of Wales’ FIH rejects Daniel and Atkinson? Only today (31 March) I was sent, from a ...

Jump to follow-up The King’s Fund recently published Assessing complementary practice Building consensus on appropriate research methods [or download pdf]. It is described as being the “Report of an independent advisory group”. I gues ...

...  Prince of Wales’ Foundation for Integrated Health (FiH) is a propaganda organisation that aims to persuade people, and ...  many people as being clearly unconstitutional. The FiH’s 2009 AnnualConferen ce conference was held at The King’s ...

Jump to follow-up Acupuncture in the BMJ A new review appeared in the BMJ today. It is by Madsen et al., from the Nordic Cochrane Centre, Copenhagen. Here are the conclusions. The analgesic effect of acupuncture is small and cannot be distinguished from  ...

...  The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (FiH), published last March, “Teaching integrated health at Barts and the ...  really just a euphemism for the former. After seeing the FiH posting, I wrote to Carroll and Fowler to get more information. From ...

Jump to follow-up Today is a good day for anyone who deplores dangerous confidence tricksters. In particular it is a good day for Ben Goldacre, and for the Guardian which defended him at potentially enormous expense. Matthias Rath, the Dutch (or is it ...

Jump to follow up A report has appeared on Regulation of Practitioners of Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine. The report is written by people all of whom have vested interests in spreading quackery. It shows an execrable ability ...

...  The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health (FIH). Ernst points out that the FIH guide suggests that chiropractic is effective in asthma, and that ...

...  with the Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health [FIH] via Ian Cambray-Smith to review these competencies, all the complementary ...  I still think the sources can and should be given. “FIH didn’t spend any money with us on this project. This project was ...

DC’s original IMPROBABLE SCIENCE page. All the older stuff is here. DC’s goodscience blog is now merged into Improbable Science,so it no longer exists. Badscience.net Ben Goldacre’s site, with text of his excellent Guardian column too.If ...

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