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Integrating complementary and conventional medicine.


Integrating complementary and conventional medicine.

Coyle-Demetriou, Myra and Andrew Demetriou.

Radcliffe Publishing


214 pages




Seeking to build bridges between complementary and alternative (CAM) and conventional medicine, a holistic therapist/Reiki master and a UK general/homeopathic physician make a case for integrated health care. They discuss management and prevention of specific psychological and physical conditions via a gamut of treatment options. Chapters include case studies, references, further reading, resources, and lastly, a review of an outcome study of integrating CAM into conventional general practice in the UK. Published by Radcliffe Publishing, UK; US distribution is by BookMasters.

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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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