Driving out CAM courses more harmful than good

Written by a group of five medical professors from Southern Cross, RMIT, the University of NSW and the University of Southampton, the article argued the Friends of Science in Medicine campaign could endanger public health.

“The real benefit of an appropriately mentored and approved university education is the exposure of students to the biomedical sciences, epidemiology and population health, differential diagnosis, safe practice and critical appraisal,” the article said.

“Removing these programs will not diminish clinical demand

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