Homeopaths Without Borders heads to Haiti in November

Yes, such a thing exists as “Homeopaths Without Borders”.

Reports from the Field

Homeopaths Without Borders – North America (HWB-NA) incorporated as a nonprofit humanitarian organization in the United States in 1996. We are an organization that offers both homeopathic treatment and education to foster independence in the use of homeopathic medicine. To date, we have provided service in Cuba, Honduras, El Salvador, Antigua, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Haiti.

Homeopaths Without Borders (HWB) staff and volunteers are busy preparing for the organization’s final trip in 2012 to Haiti. Leaving on November 4, this team will fulfill two missions during a two-week stay.

I can probably think of a better name for this group of people who mean well but are deluded.

Homeopathy does not work. In the medical profession, it is considered quackery.

To supply this false hope treatment to people who need life-saving medical care is deplorable.

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  1 comment for “Homeopaths Without Borders heads to Haiti in November

  1. Michael Simpson
    October 21, 2012 at 7:44 PM

    I’ve share this all over the internet. The noise you hear are Irony Meters™ breaking.

    Doctors Without Borders should be suing tomorrow.

    Thanks for posting this.

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