From the Australian Journal of Pharmacy‘s online magazine:
Doctors say selling CAMs is a violation of medical ethics
Most doctors believe it is unethical for pharmacists to sell complementary medicines without an established evidence based.
A new poll in the Medical Journal of Australia revealed that 76% of doctors who voted said ‘No, it’s unethical’ in answer to the poll question ‘Should pharmacists sell complementary and alternative medicines with little evidence base’.
Of the 173 respondents to the poll, 22% said ‘Maybe, if they inform their customers of the evidence’.
Only 2% said ‘yes, they’re entitled to make a profit’….