The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt told the BBC that he does not support homeopathy, choosing instead to "follow what the scientific evidence says".

But Homeopathy has its coutless supporters, who maintain that it does work.

So should the NHS be offering homeopathic treatments to its patients?

Dr Sara Eames, President of the Faculty of Homeopathy, and UCL pharmacologist Professor David Colquhoun shared their views with BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast.

To listen to the interview please follow this link:

This entry was posted on 16 October 2013 at 09:32 and is filed under Homeopathy | Alternative Medicine | Health.