001. at mapleridgenews.com, in "Maple Ridge Naturopath Fined by College" (2016-02-05), Neil Corbett reports:
"a naturopathic physician with an office in Maple Ridge has been fined $10,000 and given other sanctions from the College of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C. In addition to the fine, Dr. Allan Strauss [...of] the clinic Salveo Naturopathic and Skin Care [...] had his practice suspended from Oct. 18 to 25, and was reprimanded for having purchased and injected counterfeit products into patients without notifying them. He heads, practicing in family medicine and cosmetics, at Westgate Center in west Maple Ridge. He agreed to complete a six-week correspondence course in ethics for naturopathic doctors [...] the college investigated, after it received a written complaint form Health Canada alleging that Strauss had imported and used the non-sterile, counterfeit, injectable product in his practice";
NDs get sanctioned, so often, only when it shines exterior light on their innards. As I said in the comments section to the above page: "with all the oral homeopathy and 'biopuncture' that they do, aka homeopathic injections, aren't those counterfeit pharmacy too? Won't see themselves sanctioning themselves about that..."