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"Chiropractors who perform spinal manipulations on children either believe in Palmer's nonsensical, unscientific principles of chiropractic, or, if they have tried to modernise their medical philosophy, continue treating patients despite the fact that what they're doing hasn't been shown to work or has been shown not to work. They're either deceiving themselves or they're deceiving their patients; in either case they're undermining their case for legitimacy as a genuine medical therapy and putting patients at risk unnecessarily." Argument Magazine (15th August 2013)