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A new regulatory body called The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) is due to launch in April 2008. Complementary therapy professions themselves have developed the regulatory model, with support and facilitation from The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health (FIH). The FIH has been working for several years with a range of complementary therapy professions to set up an 'umbrella' regulator covering these professions. The Department of Health awarded FIH a grant of £900,000 over the three-year period 2005 to 2008 to facilitate this process. (Foundation for Integrated Health website) [NOTE: The CNHC has completely avoided discussing whether the treatments it is to regulate actually work.]