quackery


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Ajmal Khan gave a briefing regarding joint operation of drugs taskforce and future strategy and steps of PHC for eliminating quackery.
About the Book: Indigenous science is often dismissed as quackery or nonsense, out of touch with progress and current events.
THE ECONOMIC crisis has seen an increase in quackery that is getting out of control, warned a Cyprus Medical Association (CMA) official yesterday.
The Court's refusal to accept the appeal of extreme ideological therapists who practice the quackery of gay conversion therapy is a victory for child welfare, science and basic humane principles.
Topics in Volume 2: H-Z includes Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act, mediation, public citizen, multi-level marketing and pyramid plans, quackery, and warnings.
I wonder what quackery the Kuwaiti authorities plan to invent in their vain attempt to identify gay men.
It was also found that the suspect was involved in fraudulent and quackery activities earlier and had visited UAE several times.
Not so extinct, however, rather like the cancer cell that has learned the secret of eternal life, so too has the not-so-fine art of quackery thrived over the ages.
Brown said in October that the therapy -- which experts say can cause psychological harm to youngsters including driving them to suicidal thoughts -- should be "relegated to the dustbin of quackery.
It's a major milestone that recognizes the potentially fatal harm caused by this quackery.
These practices have no basis in science or medicine and they will now be relegated to the dustbin of quackery.
Finally, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in California will be protected from the dangerous and discredited quackery known as 'reparative therapy.