Skeptics slam pharmacists for selling pseudoscience

Community pharmacists must decide whether they are part of the professional healthcare team or purveyors of profitable but unscientific alternative ‘nonsense', the Australian Skeptics say.

In an article titled ‘Harmacy' in the latest The Skeptic magazine, the group says pharmacists are expected to provide professional evidence-based advice, and yet they promote a wide range of unscientific services and products such as iridology, naturopathy and homeopathy.