Author: · CBC News ·
“If you are not comfortable selling something, you have to make some sort of a stand on it,” says pharmacist.
A drug store in Baddeck, N.S., will no longer carry homeopathic products because its pharmacist says there’s a lack of evidence proving their effectiveness.
“It’s almost to the point that it’s unethical to sell them,” said Graham MacKenzie, the pharmacist and owner of Stone’s Pharmasave.
“I would go to the evidence on this and really there was none, zero.”