The Greens & their Health Policy
I'm planning on voting for the Greens this year. There's a lot of their core policy that I back and I trust them more than any of the others. Most of my attention to them is due to @GarethMP who seems to be one of the few intelligent MPs out there that has a clue when it comes to technology and the nature of the internet. He was one of the few that campaigned against and voted against a law removed the "innocent until proven guilty" policy from the books. In case you weren't aware you are now automatically assumed to be guilty by the mere accusation of downloading pirated materials.
Anyway, their health policy has raised a few concerns;
With respect to their position on CAM it appears that they may support it. Although from what I'm reading I get the impression that the position is largely based on the recommendations of the MACCAH report(attached).
From this point of view I would suspect that they would change their position based on the recommendations from this source. If so, I can still back them. They're going with what they consider to be the best evidence.
I've not had the time to read the report (and don't see myself having the time to at the moment either) so I'm doing a little crowd sourcing. Has anyone read it? And if so, what are your impressions of the position the MACCAH has taken?