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Michael Marshall

Michael Marshall

Michael Marshall is project director of the Good Thinking Society, a pro-science charity which seeks to challenge pseudoscience and promote evidence-based medicine. In 2010 and 2011 he organised international awareness-raising campaigns concerning homeopathy as Project Manager of the 10:23 Campaign.

Recent stories

  • A chance to help end homeopathy prescribing on the NHSSubscription

    28 JUL 2017

    On 21 July 2017, NHS England announced plans to prevent GPs from prescribing homeopathic remedies (The Pharmaceutical Journal online, 21 July 2017). NHS England’s consultation is part of a wider cost-saving exercise, but in relation to homeopathy alone

  • Why on earth is the NHS spending even a single penny on homeopathy?Subscription

    12 AUG 2016

    A recent article in The Independent has, once again, highlighted NHS spending on homeopathic remedies (‘NHS has spent more than £1.75m on homeopathy, despite admitting there is no good-quality evidence it works’, 7 August 2016). Although

  • Local NHS health bodies around the UK should follow Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group’s decision to review spending on homeopathy, a treatment that lacks any reasonable supporting evidence of effectiveness

    Stop funding treatments with insufficient evidence of efficacySubscription

    18 JUN 2015

    Local NHS health bodies around the UK should follow Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group’s decision to review spending on homeopathy, a treatment that lacks any reasonable supporting evidence of effectiveness.

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