Naturopaths warned about 'potentially harmful' COVID-19 claims after B.C. councillor's post - 2020-03-18

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F182.png Naturopaths warned about 'potentially harmful' COVID-19 claims after B.C. councillor's post March 18, 2020, Bethany Lindsay, CBC News

A Surrey, B.C., city councillor is facing another investigation by the College of Naturopathic Physicians after advertising hundreds of dollars worth of vitamins, booster shots and intravenous therapy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coun. Allison Patton, who is also a registered naturopath, shared a message from her clinic offering patients "suggestions regarding the ever-changing status of the COVID-19 pandemic" in a Facebook post this weekend.

The suggestions totalled more than $600 in treatments, including items like an "Immune Supportive Vitamin Boost" for $99 and a $325 "HiDose Ozone/UVBI IV" treatment, in which blood is drawn, injected with ozone and exposed to UV light before being transfused back into the body. Patton wrote that these treatments "could help strengthen our systems so we may stay as healthy as possible."

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{{cite news | first = Bethany | last = Lindsay | title = Naturopaths warned about 'potentially harmful' COVID-19 claims after B.C. councillor's post | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-surrey-naturopaths-covid-19-1.5501174 | work = CBC News | date = March 18, 2020 | accessdate = March 22, 2020 }}