001. the AANP states in the paper-based booklet "Naturopathic Medicine: Primary Care for the 21 Century":
Note: since when does a supposed profession not disclose its essential context? How is one to have 'informed consent' type rights when the supposed profession is not coming clean with the public?
oo4. regarding mail fraud:
004.a. Wikipedia states in "Mail Fraud":
004.b. the United States Postal Inspection Service states in "Mail Fraud Compliant":
This document states: "the naturopathic profession calls upon state and federal healthcare policymakers and regulators."
PAC-wise, naturopathy has been HUGELY successful.
Look at Oregon.gov's OBNE: complete naturopathic nonsense stated as able to survive scientific scrutiny -- legislated, with a .gov endorsement -- all the while claiming to protect the public.