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Laurie Willberg

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Laurie Willberg
Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg Yes, agree with you Laurie. Yes, agree with you Laurie. Laurie Willberg Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg Laurie, I think you will probably find that we who frivolously visit the GP with colds and flus are doing so to obtain a medical certificate so we get paid sick leave. Laurie Willberg Journalist Laurie Willberg Journalist Laurie Willberg Journalist Laurie Willberg Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg Thanks for illustrating what I was saying, Laurie Willberg. How amusing is this: rather than showing that homeopathic "remedies" have any physiologic effect on the body, its proponents are still trying to argue that the "remedies" actually contain something other than water and/or alcohol! Let's look at your citation - Laurie - I've come across it many times before. In reply to Laurie Willberg Probably no much point staying on a lipid-lowering agent by the time one has dementia, Laurie, but your ideas of causation are back-to-front. If your GP made an inappropriate referral, by all means hold her accountable. IF the ED physician "bawled" at your family member, she should also be held to account - assuming that it actually happened (where you there?) In reply to Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist In reply to Laurie Willberg You're good at ad hominem arguments... In reply to Laurie Willberg What does that tell us, Laurie?


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Laurie Willberg
Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) Madge Australia Inc -- thanks for the overwhelmingly enlightening link. Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, In reply to Laurie Willberg, In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca)


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Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) Practical experience has shown us that the typical application of a "scientific" mind-set is one of the practitioner/experimenter taking an unfeeling, consciousless approach to other living beings. It's paradoxical that this detached attitude is then transferred to the subject as if it is an unfeeling, unaware, unconscious object. In the medical trade it's called a "professional attitude". Hard to distinguish from psychopathy actually. In reply to Laurie Willberg,


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Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, On the contrary, Laurie Willberg - it is the clients of homeopaths, who almost always provide a "remedy"(which they market and retail to the client themselves) who are not exercising informed consent. Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg said "... preposterous claims against Homeopathy" Seriously, every physicist and mathematician in the room is grinning. Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg said ".... science blogs" " .... pseudo-Scientology" Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg said ;Judge not lest ye be judged .... " Listen, I put up a little light hearted humour, at the beginning of this sequence. Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg Journalist " Actually I shot you down with a laser-guided missile " Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, Laurie Willberg Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) That's still a subject of ongoing research.


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Laurie Willberg
Laurie Willberg Journalist (logged in via email @yahoo.ca) In reply to Laurie Willberg, In reply to Laurie Willberg, In reply to Laurie Willberg, Actually Laurie, it's the conclusion that acupuncture was shown to be effective that doesn't fit the body of the analysis.


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