BHA’s brave legal bid to overturn NHS decision on homeopathy fails

The British Homeopathic Association (BHA) has failed in its legal challenge to get NHS England’s decision to stop funding homeopathic medicines overturned.

Last year, NHS England recommended doctors should no longer prescribe a number of treatments, including homeopathy, that it said provided little value. The BHA believed it had identified serious flaws in the way the health commissioning authority consulted the public on this issue and sought a judicial review.

For the full news on the judge’s decision, continue reading on the British Homeopathic Association’s website.

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