This is the answer I got from Them::
Dear Felipe Cárdenas,
Thank you for your email.
The homeopathic training of doctors was debated this week at our Annual Representatives Meeting. At the meeting doctors voted overwhelmingly in favour for the following;
That this Meeting believes that, in the absence of valid scientific evidence of benefit:
(i) there should be no further commissioning of, nor funding for, homeopathic remedies or homeopathic hospitals;
(ii) no UK training post should include a placement in homeopathy;
(iii) pharmacists and chemists should remove homeopathic remedies from shelves indicating they are 'medicines' of any description, and place them on shelves clearly labelled 'placebos'.
We understand that many patients find value in homeopathic treatments. However, our view is that medicine requires that all treatments have a strong evidence base, particularly when they are funded on the NHS and at a time of severe financial constraints.
In conclusion, we are not opposed to patients seeking treatment from homeopaths but we do not believe that the health service should fund this.
I hope that this clarifies the BMA's position for you. We are grateful for all feedback we have received from the public, and we thank you for your comments.