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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > May June 2018 > Why Did We Call Prince Charles Foolish and Immoral?

Why Did We Call Prince Charles Foolish and Immoral?

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I was recently reported for calling Britain’s heir to the throne “foolish and immoral.”1 The quote happens to be correct; it comes from our new book titled More Good Than Harm? The Moral Maze of Complementary and Alternative Medicine.2 In it, the ethicist Kevin Smith and I discuss the many ethical issues around alternative medicine and essentially conclude that it is not possible to practice alternative medicine ethically.

The exact quote from our book relates to Charles’s promotion in 2004 of some thing called the Gerson diet for cancer:

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