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Homeopathy dropped from Royal London

17th September 2010

The Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital is dropping the word homeopathy from its title and will now be called the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine.

Senior staff recommended the change to better reflect the hospital’s methods, which integrate complementary and conventional medicine. The move follows controversy over homeopathy, which MPs said last year should no longer be funded on the NHS. The Royal London is part of University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and introduced acupuncture, herbal medicine and other complementary therapies to the NHS.


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Title: Homeopathy dropped from Royal London
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 16097
Date Added: 17th Sep 2010


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