The end of homeopathy at the Medical School, University of Vienna
Professor Frass is well known to most people interested in homeopathy. He has also featured several times on this blog (see here, here and here). Frass has achieved what few homeopaths have: he has integrated homeopathy into a major medical school, the Medical School of the University of Vienna (my former faculty). In 2002, he started teaching homeopathy to medical students, and in 2004, he opened an out-patient clinic 'Homeopathy for malignant diseases' at the medical school. This achievement was widely used for boosting the reputation of homeopathy; the often heard argument was that 'homeopathy must be good and evidence-based, because a major medical school has adopted it'. This argument is now obsolete: Frass' lectures have recently been axed! How come? Apparently, several students*** filed complaints with their dean about Frass' lectures. This prompted the dean, Prof Mueller, to look into the matter and take drastic action. He is quoted stating that "the medical faculty rejects