Homeopathy and Astrology

Submitted by Sojourner on Tue, 07/28/2009 - 10:16am

I was very disappointed to see a reference to [homeopathic ophthalmology] in FitEyes.com.  The worst view of homeopathy is that it is quackery; the less scathing one is that it is not "evidence based medicine". 

What next? Will we see links to astrologers and aromatherapists who lay claim to curing eye diseases?

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Evasive vs Invasive

Submitted by Dr. Edward Kondrot on Sat, 07/07/2007 - 5:32pm

A group of glaucoma patients recently had an online discussion about my book Microcurrent Stimulation: Miracle Eye Cure. I was contacted by several readers of that discussion and informed that one of the skeptics posted the following reply about my website:

"I did a little digging and came across Kondrot's site. It's yet more of the usual totally unsupported, unproven New Age silliness of course, but the best bit by far is this:

Cataract surgery should be a last resort after trying other non-evasive treatments.

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