British Government confirms place of homeopathy in the NHS
Evidence Check: Homeopathy
On 26 July 2010, the British Government responded to the Science and Technology (S&T) Committee report ‘Evidence Check2: Homeopathy'. The Government reaffirms that homeopathy belongs in the National Health Service (NHS) where patients can best benefit from doctors integrating it into healthcare. The response clearly states that ‘local NHS and clinicians, rather than Whitehall, are best placed to make decisions on what treatment is appropriate for their patients - including complementary or alternative treatments such as homeopathy - and provide accordingly for those treatments.'