Experts demand Roxon shut uni clinic

The Australian, By Adam Cresswell, March 18, 2011

“Medical experts have called on Canberra to shut down a university chiropractic clinic aimed at children amid claims the theories behind the practice are “no better than witchcraft” and using it on children is akin to child abuse. More than half a dozen experts, many of them professors with international reputations, have written to voice concerns about the clinic at Melbourne’s RMIT University, warning that chiropractic treatments for children’s conditions are useless, at best, and “may well cause serious harm”.”

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