Not banning homeopathy from pharmacies a mistake


Last year a review into pharmacy in Australia recommended homeopathic products be banned from sale in chemist shops across the country. This was a sensible recommendation, given pharmacists are trusted scientists in the community and science tells us homeopathic products simply don’t work.

In the government’s recent response to this review they “noted” the concerns of the reviewer, and have chosen not to adopt it. Here’s why that is a mistake.


Legislation; Consumer Law

Period9 May 2018

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  • TitleNot banning homeopathy from pharmacies a mistake
    Media name/outletMedical Republic
    PersonsBruce Baer Arnold