Aussie Universities Deny Alternative-Medicine Courses ‘Pseudoscience’
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Some Australian universities targeted by a group of physicians and scientists who accused them of teaching alternative medicine considered “pseudoscience,” responded their courses are legitimate and adhere to high academic standards.
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