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Edzard Ernst, Britain's first professor of complementary medicine, has stoked the flames of controversy by branding Prince Charles a 'snake oil salesman'.
Should complementary/alternative medicine be evaluated just like any other healthcare technologies?
To what extent do you use complementary medicine in your personal life or for your patients?
Do you think it's outright quackery but do you still make exceptions for certain products, with no robust evidence in sight?
Edzard Ernst is a keynote speaker at Evidence 2011: http://www.evidence2011.com/programme and a taker of fish oil capsules.