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Homeopathy Challenge: German Skeptics Offer 50,000 Euros If Test Is Passed

As most scientists and skeptics know, homeopathy is a sham medical practice with no scientific validity that is nevertheless highly popular worldwide.

Norbert Aust

In the United States, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have both been putting some pressure on man-ufacturers of homeopathic remedies.

The Center for Inquiry, which includes our Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, has been instrumental in pushing those agencies to act (see, e.g., “Homeopathy ‘Unsupported, Ineffective, Dangerous’: CFI Testimony to FDA,” SI, July/ August 2015; “Homeopathy Is a Sham,” by CFI Legal Director Nick Little, August 1, 2017, on; “FDA to Regulate Some Homeopathic Products; CFI Hails Move,” SI, March/April 2018; and “FDA Has Duty to Crack Down on Homeopathic Fake Medicine, says Center for Inquiry,” SI, July/August 2018).

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