AIDS and Complementary & Alternative Medicine: Current Science and Practice
This comprehensive resource compiles the latest scientific information relating to complementary and alternative therapies and the treatment of HIV/AIDS. It presents the latest research in the areas of homeopathy, therapeutic touch, manual medicine, nutrition, and movement therapy for people living with HIV/AIDS. The special research challenges that are involved in the scientific evaluation of complementary and alternative medicines are discussed, and the authors offer new insights into the complex pathogenesis of AIDS. Part of the Medical Guides to Complementary & Alternative Medicine series.
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RESEARCH AND ETIOLOGICAL ISSUES
Etiology and Pathogenesis of AIDS
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