001. at skeptics.com.au, the page "Fundraising Campaign for Britt Hermes" (2018-01-13) tells us:
"you may be aware that Britt Hermes [...] an American former naturopath who has spent much time and effort lately in campaigning against naturopathic practice [...and] a noted skeptical campaigner, has been taken to court in Germany by US-based naturopath ‘Dr’ Colleen Huber, claiming that Britt has defamed her [...]";
I think we're going to see another example of the Streisand Effect here. 'Naturopathic oncology', two of the scariest words in any language.
"we are concerned [...] the case may have the effect of silencing [as in chill] a major campaigner against unproven and disproven ‘medical’ practices through the imposition of considerable legal costs [..so] Australian Skeptics Inc is managing a fundraising campaign to assist Britt in her current legal action [...] a defense of a leading campaigner in an area that most skeptics would regard as pseudoscience and pseudomedicine [...] if you would like to support Britt, please go to the donations page to make your donation [which is via PayPal and kind...and] should more funds be collected than required to cover Britt’s costs, they will be held for a period of up to 12 months to ensure the legal risk to Britt has passed, after which they will be donated to Sense About Science or be put into a generalized Skeptics legal defense fund [...]";
good stuff, I you can manage to give. Here's a strange fact about me: in my liberal studies during my B.A., I actually studied enough Australian Film and Literature to nominally have enough credits or almost have enough credits for essentially a minor in area. Like "Picnic and Hanging Rock" and "The Chant of Jimmy Blacksmith."