There Should Be More Homeopathy In NHS, Not Less
A group of doctors and scientists have written to all Primary Care Trusts advising them not to fund homeopathy in the NHS on the grounds that it is "unsupported by evidence".
The BHA strongly refutes this claim.
Our review of 119 randomised peer-reviewed clinical trials (RCTs) of homeopathy to the end of 2005 shows that 49% show positive results for homeopathy. Only 3% were negative. The remaining 48% were inconclusive, which does not mean negative
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