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Professor Stephen Curry of Imperial College London writes about the nature of evidence and the Court of Appeal decision on British Chiropractic Association v Simon Singh:
“About a year ago when I became aware of the libel suit brought by the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) against Dr Simon Singh, the first thing that struck me — as someone who is a working scientist — was the unscientific nature of the action…That the BCA is happy to cite the paper by Klougart and colleagues as worthwhile evidence supporting chiropractic treatments tells me they are far less critical, far less scientific, than the public has a right to expect them to be.”
Jack of Kent blogspot (7th April 2010)