Homeopathy is a silly sham treatment, rooted in scientific ignorance. Sometimes ignorance is a defence, but not always — there’s such a thing as culpable (and willful) ignorance. But for anyone with a bit of scientific knowledge to condone foisting just snake-oil on consumers is thoroughly unethical. Selling it means profiting from ignorance. >>>
We’re aiding and abetting homeopathic quackery
On April 1, the Ontario Homeopathy Act comes into force. Sadly, this is not an April Fool’s joke.
There is no scientific case for homeopathy. It is undiluted quackery…..
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