Talking to someone about naturopathic medicine is hard. I hope this guide will help make it easier.
On May 24, 2019, the District Court (Landgericht) of Kiel, Germany ruled against naturopathic cancer quack Colleen Huber in a defamation lawsuit she brought against me. Huber filed suit in September 2017 over my opinions about the dubious treatments and human subjects research at her cancer clinic in Tempe, Arizona...
Earlier today, the international fundraising campaign organized on my behalf by Australian Skeptics Inc. (ASI) reached its initial goal of €50,000 in just over one week! I am humbled by the generosity of the science and skeptic community. Thank you!
More than €44,000 (A$70,000) in donations have come in from around the world. We are very close to reaching our target of €50,000 (A$80k), which is likely the amount needed to cover my legal expenses. Please consider donating.
The fundraising campaign is going strong, but I still need your help.
A crusader for natural cancer treatments is suing me in Germany for defamation over my criticism about her practice and research. There is an international fundraiser to help with my legal defense.
Naturopathic organizations are pushing unproven and dangerous treatments on women with cervical dysplasia. One of these is black salve, which will indiscriminately destroy tissue and can cause severe disfiguring.
A naturopath recommends homeopathy to a laboring mother in distress leading to a devastating outcome. As expected, the Arizona Naturopathic Physicians Board rules the naturopath did nothing wrong.
Colleen Huber, self-proclaimed cancer researcher, sent me a cease and desist letter. She's offended by my opinion that she's a quack and doesn't know it.
My naturopathic alma mater, Bastyr University, claims I have committed defamation.