A dose of its own medicine

September 18, 2008

The University of Central Lancashire suspends its first-year BSc course in homoeopathic medicine because it has not attracted sufficient student numbers ("Staff fears about 'quackery' lead to review of alternative health courses", 4 September). Surely the lower the concentration of students on a homoeopathy course, the higher the course's efficacy?

Richard Jones, Reader in computer systems, University of Kent.

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