Hey, finally a liquor I could appreciate
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Though the British National Health Service may unfortunately support the distribution of homeopathic magic water, many doctors aren’t quite so complacent:
Dr Tom Dolphin, deputy chairman of the BMA's [British Medical Association] junior doctors committee in England told the conference: "Homeopathy is witchcraft. It is a disgrace that nestling between the National Hospital for Neurology and Great Ormond Street [in London] there is a National Hospital for Homeopathy which is paid for by the NHS".
I’m not usually one for equating two different types of woo-woo – homeopathy doesn’t require the use of wands or warty toads, after all (har, har) – but in this context, it’s perfect. And badass. If only the NHS was directed by actual doctors like these folks.
(via Bad Astronomy)