Dr Finbar Magee was interviewed on Radio Ulster just after 7am(7.10?)this morning re his suspension. Dr Finbar Magee who works in Synergy, an integrative health centre in Belfast, and also spends one day a week in the Irish Centre of Integrated Medicine (ICIM) in Johnstown, Co Kildare. He firmly believes that most modern diseases have multiple causes and, therefore, should have a multi-pronged treatment approach.Dr Magee treats ME/CFS patients and other types of patients too.I have copied some of his past remarks from the web.(see below) A doctor behind an alternative medicine centre who has been suspended by the General Medical Council says he has always acted "through conscience". Asked why he thought he had been suspended from practising as a GP, Dr Magee said he believed the GMC had "listened to a combination of information, obtained mainly from the health board". "Whenever I went back to do GP locums, I thought I'd integrate back into routine medicine to some degree and bring some of those ideas," he told the BBC. "The health board needed to know what other work I was doing. I gave them the information quite freely, and I think they tried to make out that I was taking advantage of vulnerable people for financial gain. "The health board tried to make out that the treatments I've been doing have no scientific validation, which is completely untrue."