Alternative Medicine

That consequence is the fact that the very nature of these treatments will require a "testing process" that could go on for as much as 10 years. Meanwhile, patients will continue to be "had." When rigorous scientific trials on laetrile, vitamin C, hydrazine sulfate, chelation therapy, chiropractic, and homeopathy proved them worthless, did the alternativists accept the results and quit foisting them on medical consumers? No way! They are still prompting them today. So what will all of OAM's te

Saul Green
Feb 18, 1996
That consequence is the fact that the very nature of these treatments will require a "testing process" that could go on for as much as 10 years. Meanwhile, patients will continue to be "had."

When rigorous scientific trials on laetrile, vitamin C, hydrazine sulfate, chelation therapy, chiropractic, and homeopathy proved them worthless, did the alternativists accept the results and quit foisting them on medical consumers? No way! They are still prompting them today. So what will all of OAM's testing accomplish?

In my opinion, Wayne Jonas, James Gordon, David Eisenberg, Fredi Kronenberg, et al. will gain the wholehearted support of the entire community of medical scientists if they will publicly commit themselves to the following conditions:

  1. In order to make the medical community aware of what is going on in the field of alternative medical research, OAM should arrange to publish all the research results of the OAM grant recipients....