‘There are existing legal provisions to protect public from quacks’


Report by HANIS ZAINAL and CLARISSA CHUNG 

PETALING JAYA: Although professional mental health practitioners say regulation in the industry still leaves much to be desired, there are existing legal provisions to protect the public from quacks.

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