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Exploring the role of complementary and alternative medicine in public health practice and training.
Dermatoloji poliklinigine basvuran olgularda tamamlayici ve alternatif tip yntemlerinin kullanimi (The use of complementary and alternative medicine methods among patients applying to the dermatology outpatient clinic).
Surveys of complementary and alternative medicine usage: a scoping study of the paediatric literature.
Complementary and alternative medicine for bronchial asthma: is there new evidence?
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) makes a distinction between complementary and alternative medicine.
Berlin, May 15 -- Initiated by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Germany, a delegation from Sri Lanka headed by Salinda Dissanayake, Minister of Indigenous Medicine, arrived in Germany and held expert level discussion with the high authorities of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Department (CAM) of the Charite Medical University.
The amount of research and acceptance of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) had been limited primarily due to a lack of available research funds and the cautious reluctance of Western medicine to accept therapies not yet supported with research.
The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) welcomes six new members to the National Advisory Council for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
The Medical Library Association Guide to Finding Out About Complementary and Alternative Medicine: The Best Print and Electronic Resources.
To evaluate the knowledge and attitudes of the Nursing School Students on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
Released by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and AARP, the report found that 53 percent of people ages 50 and older said they had used complementary and alternative medicine, but that only 58 percent of those users had discussed it with a health care provider.
The authors, from the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, said: "Many of the adverse events associated with failure to use conventional medicine resulted from the family's belief in complementary and alternative medicine and determination to use it despite medical advice."

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