001. Brandon Macz of bellevuereporter.com tells us in "Health Board Charges Naturopathic Physician with Unprofessional Conduct: Doctor Allegedly Aided in Sale of Illegal Hormone Injections" (2015-06-16):
"the Washington Department of Health's Board of Naturopathy has charged a naturopathic physician in Bellevue with unprofessional conduct, three years after Steven P. MacPherson allegedly prescribed patients illegal hormone injections marketed and sold as part of a weight loss program [...] human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) [...] its sale as a diet product was declared fraudulent and illegal by the Food and Drug Administration in 2011."
well, interesting! How can one be 'an unprofessional naturopath', when naturopathy is based on falsehood, and therein can't be a profession outright? So, how is it that naturopathy's 'science subset nonscience' fraud persists? I smell hypocrisy.