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Consider the source.

Your recent article on choosing a holistic practitioner ("The Natural Way, Your Health, March/April 2005) was tantamount to free advertising for the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). There are a number of good schools of naturopathy out there, and it is more the student than the school that makes the difference. In my opinion, the AANP has for years aggressively pursued a policy of exclusivity in the arena of modern-day naturopathy, and it has the effect of denigrating all other practitioners, no matter how effective or successful.

Jean Franklin

Williamsville, NY
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Title Annotation:ADVICE & DISSENT: Letters from our readers
Author:Franklin, Jean
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:Jul 1, 2005
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