001. cbc.ca reports in "Homeopathic Vaccine Warning Labels Not Enough, Doctors Tell Health Canada" (2015-02-17)[my comments are in unquoted bold]:
"ineffective homeopathic alternatives to vaccines should be taken off the market because they are a dangerous distraction, public health officials urge [...]";
"last year, CBC-TV's Marketplace found homeopathic practitioners telling parents nosodes were as effective as vaccines against diseases such as measles, polio and pertussis (whooping cough), which is highly contagious and can be fatal for infants. 'There's no evidence to support their claims at all around providing immunity against infectious diseases,' said Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief public health officer. 'I think, frankly, having them available on the market is dangerous. It's distracting and it's helping people avoid immunization or giving them a reason not to be immunized' [...]";
hear, hear, hear.
"'there's no such thing as a homeopathic or a naturopathic vaccine' [...] Ontario health minister Dr. Eric Hoskins [said...] 'the only way you can protect yourself is by being vaccinated. So it does worry me anytime that there is misinformation out there in the public domain' [...]";
oh, there's PILES of especially NATUROPATHIC misinformation.