The 10:23 Campaign – Get involved and combat homeopathy
The 10:23 Campaign has finally begun and skeptics can now do their bit to help combat the joke that is homeopathy.
Homeopathic remedies either do nothing, or sometimes have non-specific effects. This is a demonstrable fact. But large pharmacy brands such as Boots (UK) happily stock homeopathic products, while admitting that they know they don’t work. Boots has admitted that they only stock homeopathy products because the “customers believe it works”.
The 10:23 Campaign has made Boots their first target, and you can get involved too. The first action of the campaign is to provide an open letter demanding Boots take the homeopathy products off their shelves. You can get involved and do your bit by signing the open letter which can be found by clicking here.
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The 10:23 Campaign website can be found at www.1023.org.uk
Go on, do your bit!