In 2015, The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) released a report on Homeopathy that skeptics around the world lauded as ‘the most thorough, independant and reliable independant investigation into the value of homeopathy ever’ and it’s been making it’s way around the world ever since.
However, a proper review of that research reveals that is fundamentally flawed.
A closer look revealed conflict of interest, bias, selective research, flawed evidence, procedural irregularities and more.
In addition to releasing this flawed report, it was revealed through the Freedom of Information act that the review released in 2015 was in fact a 2nd report and that the 1st report had been buried by the NHMRC. As a government research institute, the NHMRC is accountable to Australian taxpayers on the grounds of procedural irregularities, bias, conflict of interest, misfeasance and anywhere they are found to not be treating evidence fairly, objectively or in instances of misleading the public. According to the Homeopathy Research Institute, “An initial assessment found the complaint to be of sufficient merit to warrant a full investigation into NHMRC’s conduct. Over the intervening months, this process has involved ongoing input from both parties as NHMRC answers charges of bias, conflict of interest and scientific misconduct.”
The 4Homeopathy group in the United Kingdom have begun a campaign and a petition calling for the release of this first report, and they need your help to join the growing number of people worldwide for the release of this first report.
Sign the petition to show your support for releasing the first report: https://releasethefirstreport.com/
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