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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > Nov/Dec 2018 > Center for Inquiry Sues CVS Pharmacies for Marketing of ‘Sham’ Homeopathy

Center for Inquiry Sues CVS Pharmacies for Marketing of ‘Sham’ Homeopathy

At many pharmacies in the United States, homeopathic remedies are displayed side by side along with tested and approved over-the-counter medications, giving the public the misleading impression that they have also been found legitimate and effective.

The Center for Inquiry (CFI), copublisher of the Skeptical Inquirer, has been working diligently for the past few years to make sure homeopathic remedies and other “pseudoscientific” medical products are not presented to the public in a false or misleading way. Until now, CFI’s efforts have been focused on promoting accurate labeling and marketing of homeopathic remedies. It has worked closely with U.S. federal regulatory agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to bring about improvements in that area.

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