by Jane Keep, MSc, Mphil, FCIPD, MIC Cmgr FCMI, UK
What I find baffling in the case of the claims the Medical Observer have made about Serge Benhayon, is that so far I haven’t seen any facts, evidence, or true case put forward, and that the two or three articles have been based on a few conversations with a few people, and a few comments from experts based on those conversations.
Whatever your poll tells you (yes or no to stronger sanctions) it will not in any way prove or disprove anything about the claims made by the Medical Observer, as the poll in itself is asking a different question.
I have worked in and around healthcare, and within universities for many years. What I have learnt for example from any work with investigating drug errors, or patient safety issues, or malpractice by practitioners, doctors, nurses etc, is that the truth is found from a full and open investigation, where the views of all involved are sought, and evidence is clearly presented.
Having experienced Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon for over 8 years, I have only ever experienced the highest level of integrity. The EPA code of ethics that the Universal Medicine practitioners work from are, from my own studies and work with many professional associations and organisations over the years (healthcare and otherwise) a code of ethics with the highest level of integrity I have yet to come across.
Universal Medicine/Serge Benhayon are and have always been open to scrutiny by anyone who asks questions, inquires or requires further information. Serge Benhayon presentations and workshops are attended by people worldwide of all professions and backgrounds: accountants, lawyers, doctors, nurses, therapists, university academics, IT professionals, writers, shopkeepers, carpenters, plumbers, cafe owners, mums and dads who all lead normal daily lives. What we all have in common is that we are all well aware of the rise in illness and disease across the globe, and that as well as medicine and pharmaceuticals that offer a great deal, there are also other ways to support people in their lives including changing our diet, exercising regularly, resting or sleeping well and so on.
From looking at other articles on the Medical Observer, these things (medicine, pharmaceuticals, exercise, diet, rest) are also advocated as supporting people in their lives.
Might I suggest the Medical Observer fully investigates what is being actually offered by Serge Benhayon?