Wirral NHS chiefs vote to stop spending cash on homeopathy

Wirral NHS chiefs vote to stop spending cash on homeopathy
 

Wirral NHS chiefs have voted to stop spending taxpayers’ cash on controversial homeopathy services.
It comes after a survey showed 95% of the Wirral public were in favour of the service being axed.
Wirral’s NHS spends £16,500 to treat around 50 patients a year using homeopathy and a mistletoe extract known as Iscador.
The decision to axe the service comes after NHS bosses in Liverpool made a similar cut in June.
Read More Liverpool NHS set to axe £30k funding for controversial homeopathy treatment
This means there is now nowhere else in England where the NHS still pays for homeopathy, apart... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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