Homeopati debatt – Mellan skeptikern Ben Goldacre och Homeopat Peter Fisher

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Debatt ”Om homeopati fungerar” på Naturhistoriska Museet i London med skeptikern dr Ben Goldacre och Dr Peter Fischer klinikchef på, Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine

Ben Goldacre är skribent på The Guardian, www.badsciense.net, och har utgivit boken ”bad siensce”.

Peter Fisher är redaktör för tidsskriften Homeopati och medlem i WHO Expert Advisory Panel för traditionell och komplementär medicin.

Peter Antony Goodwin Fisher, FRCP (b. 1950), is a prominent figure in the international homeopathic medical community, contributing on multiple fronts to the investigation, practice and propogation of homeopathy. A Fellow of the Royal Academy of Physicians[dubious — discuss], he is board-certified in rheumatology and homeopathy. He currently serves as Clinical Director and Director of Research at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, Europe’s largest integrative medical facility. He is editor-in-chief of Homeopathy, a Medline indexed medical journal. Since 2001 he has been physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom[dubious — discuss]. He is Clinical Lead of the National Institutes for Health and Clinical Excellence of the UK National Health Service for Evidence in Complementary and Alternative Meidicine, and is a member of the WHO Expert Advisory Panel on Traditional and Complementary Medicine.

Fisher’s interest in homeopathy began during a trip to China while a medical student at Cambridge University. He later trained as a junior doctor on call at The Royal London Homeopathic Hospital.


  1. This is an example of biased presentation. Why do you omit that Ben Goldacre also is a board certified physician?