TGA under fire for 'endorsing pseudoscience'

It's because of a list of permitted indications for CAM
herbal medicine

The TGA’s list of official clinical indications for complementary medicine endorses pseudoscience and encourages the CAM industry to evade showing scientific proof of efficacy, critics say.

The medicines watchdog came up with the list in an attempt to prevent manufacturers putting them on the therapeutic goods register as treatments for bogus, non-existent health problems.