Thursday, July 1, 2010

‘Witchcraft’ hospital (National Hospital for Homeopathy) for chop?

IT is derided among medical experts as a ­centre for “witchcraft” – but could the NHS funding crisis spell the end for the National Hospital for Homeopathy?

The future of the building in Great Ormond Street, part of which was opened by Prince Charles in 2005, is hanging in the balance after the British Medical Association (BMA) told NHS bosses to stop funding its alternative treatments.

‘Witchcraft’ hospital (National Hospital for Homeopathy) for chop?

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