Michael De Dora

Center for Inquiry

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Director of Public Policy for the Center for Inquiry, a nonprofit advocacy group that has been pushing the FDA to more strictly regulate homeopathic products

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Americans who distrust pharmaceutical companies have helped make homeopathic remedies a multi-billion-dollar industry, but critics say it needs more oversight.

Should Homeopathic Remedies Be Regulated?

Americans who distrust pharmaceutical companies have helped make homeopathic remedies a multi-billion-dollar industry, but critics say it needs more oversight.

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