Don’t sell homeopathic products: RACGP

homeopathic products - jars of orange liquid and some flowers
GPs should not prescribe homeopathic remedies for their patients and pharmacists should not sell or recommend the use of homeopathic products, according to the RACGP. Releasing its position statement on homeopathy, RACGP President Dr Frank R Jones says GPs practice in evidence-based medicine and there was robust evidence homeopathy had no effect beyond a placebo

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