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Quackwatch is now an international network of people who are concerned about health-related frauds, myths, fads, fallacies, and misconduct. Its primary focus is on quackery-related information that is difficult or impossible to get elsewhere. To help visitors with special areas of interest, Dr. Barrett maintains 24 additional sites for autism, chiropractic, dentistry, multilevel marketing, and many other hot topics. Our Internet Health Pilot site provides links to hundreds of reliable health sites. Our Casewatch site contains a large library of legal cases, licensing board actions, government sanctions, and regulatory actions against questionable medical products. We are also affiliated with Bioethics Watch, which highlights issues of questionable research on humans. All of these can be accessed through the "Visit Our Affiliated Sites" drop-down menu above. Their contents can be searched all at once through our Google search page.

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Quackwatch is owned by the Rockefeller AMA. The real quacks are big pharma and their army of brainwashed medical Doctors.
 

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Quackwatch is owned by the Rockefeller AMA. The real quacks are big pharma and their army of brainwashed medical Doctors.
Links , please

Sorting out the spam, researching multiple B$ web sites to find the truth is exhausting ... Dr Mercola, Dr Oz, Dr Mengele, Dr Zhivago, et al
natural news ... FMTT


Stephen Barrett

(NaturalNews) He continues to be one of the most obsessively outspoken critics of all things natural, often emerging unannounced from the outmoded realms of the internet-based "skeptics" world to bash the latest advances in alternative medicine. But former psychiatrist and ringleader of the widely-debunked anti-science website, QuackWatch.org, Stephen Barrett, is finally getting a taste of his own conventional medicine with a defamation lawsuit, which consumer health advocate and freedom fighter Tim Bolen is convinced could be Barrett's undoing.
https://www.naturalnews.com/041832_quackwatch_Stephen_Barrett_defamation_lawsuit.html


quackwatch reviews - comments
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Quackwatch review - Is Stephen Barrett a Quack? Is he fair, balanced, or biased?
Quackwatch sends an email to Ray Sahelian, M.D.
April 10 2018
Over the years I have had many people ask my opinion regarding Stephen Barrett and Quackwatch, but I have been reserved in voicing my thoughts. However, in March 2006 we received an email from someone who claimed that Stephen Barrett had told him negative things about a product I had formulated. And, in June, 2006 my staff received an email from Stephen Barrett (see below). This prompted us to create a page regarding Quackwatch.org in order to present our point of view. According to the Quackwatch website, this is what Stephen Barrett, M.D. says about himself.

"Stephen Barrett, M.D., a retired psychiatrist who resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has achieved national renown as an author, editor, and consumer advocate. In addition to heading Quackwatch, he is vice-president of the National Council Against Health Fraud, a scientific advisor to the American Council on Science and Health, and a Fellow of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP)."

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The content in "An Overview of "Alternative" Methods" is interesting, to say the least.
 
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Links , please

Sorting out the spam, researching multiple B$ web sites to find the truth is exhausting ... Dr Mercola, Dr Oz, Dr Mengele, Dr Zhivago, et al
natural news ... FMTT


Stephen Barrett

(NaturalNews) He continues to be one of the most obsessively outspoken critics of all things natural, often emerging unannounced from the outmoded realms of the internet-based "skeptics" world to bash the latest advances in alternative medicine. But former psychiatrist and ringleader of the widely-debunked anti-science website, QuackWatch.org, Stephen Barrett, is finally getting a taste of his own conventional medicine with a defamation lawsuit, which consumer health advocate and freedom fighter Tim Bolen is convinced could be Barrett's undoing.
https://www.naturalnews.com/041832_quackwatch_Stephen_Barrett_defamation_lawsuit.html


quackwatch reviews - comments
https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/quackwatch.com





Quackwatch review - Is Stephen Barrett a Quack? Is he fair, balanced, or biased?
Quackwatch sends an email to Ray Sahelian, M.D.
April 10 2018
Over the years I have had many people ask my opinion regarding Stephen Barrett and Quackwatch, but I have been reserved in voicing my thoughts. However, in March 2006 we received an email from someone who claimed that Stephen Barrett had told him negative things about a product I had formulated. And, in June, 2006 my staff received an email from Stephen Barrett (see below). This prompted us to create a page regarding Quackwatch.org in order to present our point of view. According to the Quackwatch website, this is what Stephen Barrett, M.D. says about himself.

"Stephen Barrett, M.D., a retired psychiatrist who resides in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has achieved national renown as an author, editor, and consumer advocate. In addition to heading Quackwatch, he is vice-president of the National Council Against Health Fraud, a scientific advisor to the American Council on Science and Health, and a Fellow of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP)."

https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/quackwatch.com


The content in "An Overview of "Alternative" Methods" is interesting, to say the least.
I can't find the link now. I think the site has been taken down like so many others lately. If you look at who Quackwatch is protecting, you'll see what I mean.