In March 2012, WDDTY published one of its most irresponsible and widely criticised articles: Much more than placebo: Homeopathy reverses cancer
, by Lynne McTaggart’s husband, Bryan Hubbard. In the November 2013 issue he revisits the claim.
We’ve already shown that the promised “new research” is no such thing, now it’s time to take a deep breath and dissect the larger story – in reality largely a recycling of the earlier article’s arguments.
There are numerous issues with the article, most serious of which is that it represents a case series submitted under the OCCAM Best cases series, as an independent research validation by NCI. It is no such thing, and OCCAM make this extremely clear. It is pay-to-play, not independent, and this program explicitly does not validate the case series it publishes.
This supposed independent validation is the lynch pin on which WDDTY builds its entire case – and it is just one of many wilful misrepresentations of the facts in this execrable paean to exploitative quackery.