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To ask the Scottish Government what assistance it will provide to people wanting treatment at the Glasgow Homoeopathic Hospital if their NHS board refuses to pay for it.


Answered by Maureen Watt (27/10/2015):

Some of the therapies delivered at the Centre for Integrative Care are also provided locally by some NHS boards. It is open to NHS boards in Scotland to make such services available based on an assessment of needs within their respective areas.


Current Status: Answered by Maureen Watt on 27/10/2015
 
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