Health Canada labelling of homeopathic products get cheers and jeers

The government states on its website that the changes are meant to help consumers make more informed decisions, something the Canadian Paediatric Society agrees with.

Health Canada now requires producers of nosode products to clearly state that they are not replacements for vaccines, as some have been advertised as such by some practitioners of homeopathy. Photograph by Grook Da Oger

PUBLISHED : Monday, May 9, 2016 12:00 AM

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