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Works involving Edzard Ernst

  • Don't Believe What You Think

    Arguments for and against SCAM
    (Author)

    This book discloses the errors and lies that misled you into believing things about so-called alternative medicine (SCAM) that are untrue. It analyses the many falsehoods used in the promotion of SCAM, explains the erroneous thinking behind them, and presents the scientific evidence in easily understandable terms.

  • SCAM

    So-Called Alternative Medicine
    (Author)

    So-called alternative medicine (SCAM) is popular and therefore important. This book was written by someone who received SCAM as a patient, practised SCAM as a doctor, and researched SCAM as a scientist. It provides an insider's perspective by covering aspects of SCAM which most other books avoid.

  • A Scientist in Wonderland

    A Memoir of Searching for Truth and Finding Trouble
    (Author)

    This memoir provides a unique insight into the cutthroat politics of academic life and offers a sobering reflection on the damage already done by pseudoscience in the field of medicine.

  • Healing, Hype or Harm?

    A Critical Analysis of Complementary or Alternative Medicine
    (Edited by)

    The scientists, academics and practitioners writing this book are not 'against' complementary or alternative medicine (CAM), but they are very much β€˜for’ evidence-based medicine and single standards. They aim to counter-balance the many uncritical books on CAM and to stimulate intelligent, well-informed public debate.