Book Review · Buchbesprechung

@article{Alves2008BookR,
  title={Book Review · Buchbesprechung},
  author={R{\^o}mulo Romeu N{\'o}brega Alves and Harald Walach and Michael Bernateck and Mareike Becker and Christine Schwake and Ludwig Hoy and Torsten Passie and Alexandr Parlesak and Michael J. Fischer and Matthias Fink and Matthias Karst and Michael Teut and J{\"o}rn Dahler and Christoph Schnegg and Alexandra L. Burch and Bridget Dibb and Sarah Brien and Anna Maria Wiedemann and Philipp von Trott and Rainer L{\"u}dtke and Anne Luise Rei{\ss}hauer and Stefan N. Willich and Claudia M. Witt and Peter Heusser and Ursula Wolf and H. M. Vonwiller and Nadine Messerli and Kurt Laederach-Hofmann},
  journal={Complementary Medicine Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={238 - 239}
}
This book claims to be ‘the definitive book on alternative medicine ... and delivers the ultimate verdict with clarity, scientific rigour and absolute authority ... Our mission is to reveal the truth about the potions, lotions, pills, needles, pummelling and energizing that lie beyond the realms of conventional medicine, but which are increasingly used supposedly to heal patients. We want to find out: what works and what doesn’t? What are the secrets and what are the lies? Who can you trust and… 

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