Amy L. Lansky
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She is married to Steven M. Rubin; they have two children.
In 1998, Lansky left the field of Computer Science to study homeopathy. Homeopathy is a pseudoscience and has not been shown to be effective in treating any disease This transition was prompted by her perceived success at using homeopathy to "cure her son of Autism."
In 2003, she published Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy (ISBN 0-9727514-0-8). This book is now used as a textbook in homeopathy schools and is cited in a number of other books on alternative health.
- "Supported by science?: What Canadian naturopaths advertise to the public". Retrieved January 15, 2013.
Within the non-CAM scientific community, homeopathy has long been viewed as a sham
- Michael Castleman (Mar–Apr 2004). "The Strange Case of Homeopathy". Psychology Today.