Should increased public health funding be directed towards complementary medicine?

Argumentative Essay addressing:
a) consideration of limited available public health funding (the concept of opportunity cost);
b) the role of research evidence;
c) the relative importance of autonomy (consumer choice) and beneficence (treatment effectiveness)
d) the possible legal implications for government of funding practices which are not evidence-based (imagine the case where a complementary medical practice could later be shown to have increased the risk of a certain type of cancer); and
(e) what kind of funding support would you believe would create the best balance between distributive justice (means-testing or only funding certain types of treatment) and beneficence (universal provision) for naturopathy