The recent debate about whether doctors should recommend homeopathy, which featured this week in the BMJ has had responses from many about their views.
The debate itself is well worth a read and equally worth listening to the conversation, with some good points being made by Dr Peter Fisher regarding the practice of homeopathy and research into its efficacy. As this is written, the responses to the BMJ vote as to whether doctors should recommend homeopathy stands at 54.7% saying yes, and 45.3% saying no.
What do you think? Have you voted and had your say?