Should people be encouraged to opt for homeopathic medicine?
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I will keep my argument short as Pro has failed to provide anything.
Studies find that Homeopath medicine is ineffective -- a research involving 200 papers confirms this. To encourage people to take homeopathic medicine is to waste their time and money, not to mention they will still remain sick. As such, there is no reason to encourage them to take homeopathic medicine.
Pro has disappeared. Vote con.
We'll get this right, I promise.
By the way, how does Pro earn tie points on sourcing, S&G, and conduct in a full forfeit?
I've just asked that my vote be removed. I accidentally gave the points to Pro when they all should go to you as Pro forfeited. I'll re-vote, but I can't until the baad vote is removed. I've reported it to Blamonkey, and he'll remove. My sincere apologies. Thanks to Theweakeredge for catching my error.
Mea culpa! I'll have the vote removed and I'll re-vote. My apologies!!!
Pro full forfeited, why did you vote for Pro?