National Health Service Not Using Remote Viewing

We just received a note from Andrew Usher, who said the Telegraph misquoted and misrepresented his work on medical remote viewing, the idea that so-called “psychic powers” can be used to detect illnesses that conventional medical procedures miss. (Field Notes, August 31, 2009).
Here’s his statement:

Despite repeatedly informing the journalist for the Telegraph that med rv is a privately funded project … and that it has no connections to the NHS they have written:

“The NHS is involved in an ongoing trial to establish whether RV has social and medical applications.”

To clarify once again, UK-RV is not involved with the NHS and all projects are funded and sourced privately.
The NHS is not involved in Remote Viewing to my knowledge.

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