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Posted on February 18 at 6:32 p.m.
I agree with someguy's assessment about the quackiness, but I'd be a little more compassionate---most students who go into chiropractic have no idea that it is based on a belief system akin to a religion and has little or no connection to the scientific worldview. Should Ed have known better given his undergrad bio degree? Not necessarily---slick quackery is often not easy to identify, even for bright people. It's tragic that so many eager young people have been sucked into chiro school and emerge in such deep debt with little choice except to continue the quackery. The reform in this "profession" needs to be at the level of the chiro school, and there needs to be some means of alerting prospective chiro students of the reality of the chiro world. Ed, best of luck to you.
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