Wednesday, April 27, 2016

ND Spletzer Punishment by CNPBC Regarding 'Doping': Light

here, news:

001. David Ebner and Wendy Stueck report @theglobeandmail.com in "Naturopath Gets Light Reprimand for Doping Documentary Involvement" (2016-04-27):

"a Vancouver naturopath implicated in a sports doping documentary has been lightly reprimanded by the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia [...] the reprimand against Spletzer by the College of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C. was a suspension of his practice for 10 days. Other conditions included taking an ethics course and not working with athletes for one year. There was no fine [...] Spletzer was found to have recommended, ordered and provided a patient with two peptides that are not authorized for sale in Canada and a third peptide that cannot be prescribed by naturopaths. The college, in its public notification of the reprimand, also said Spletzer had made statements to a patient that 'could be interpreted as being willing to engage in disgraceful, dishonorable, or unprofessional conduct' [...]"; 

read it and wonder.  Maybe you wonder if naturopathy finding something wrong with a naturopath is an aversion...
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