Health experts criticize government approval of homeopathic ‘vaccines’

It'll be interesting to see what happens. I keep referring to it being an election year but it is easy to see how government actions are influenced by how they will play with voters. The question is whether public health concerns (which are getting a lot of play right now) will trump personal choice.

But experts such as Dr. Henry point out there is no other specified purpose for nosodes except as vaccine alternatives. The official Health Canada approval for various nosodes indicates that they are “homeopathic medicine” and they have no other use. Joe Schwarcz, director of McGill University’s Office for Science and Society and advocate for evidence-based medicine, said it’s just one more reason why they need to be taken off the market.

“It’s a dangerous product,” Dr. Schwarcz said. “It’s snake oil.”