What's at risk?
Regulatory reforms restricting access to complementary healthcare based on “flawed” Government reports could see health fund rebates abolished. Medicines banned from sale. Practitioners unable to access ingredients. Educational courses shut down. Positive scientific evidence ignored.
If you use naturopathy, herbal medicine, homeopathy, chiropractic, acupuncture, yoga, massage or any other commonly used natural therapy your choice is under threat.
Along with other attacks, Australia’s National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) ignored positive evidence in declaring popular therapies are not effective. These “biased” reports and ongoing attacks will see your choices restricted.
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Sign the petition to call for a Senate Inquiry into bias against complementary medicine and investigate NHMRC Review. To show your support, a letter will also be sent to your local MP on your behalf.
As featured on 7 News
A report before the Federal Health Department could see common natural and homeopathic medicines stripped from pharmacy shelves, Australian’s believe they should have the right to choose.
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