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Homeopathy hospital could be new chronic pain centre

A controversial Scottish hospital may be about to secure a new future.

Glasgow's Homeopathic Hospital has faced continued calls for its closure because of a lack of scientific evidence that homeopathy works.

There has been speculation that it may be about to be saved by becoming a new Scottish centre for the treatment of people with chronic pain.

BBC Scotland's health correspondent Eleanor Bradford reports.

  • 17 Feb 2014